Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison
And they silently steal away
Single color lithographic offset print hand colored with pencil and collage on Spicers cotton 270gsm, 46cm X 30cm
Printed by Redwood Prints
Edition of 25, with two artists’ proofs


A small print created as part of the Summer Studios @ 66 (now known as The Print Imaging Practice Residency) RMIT summer residency programme and exhibited as part of Ex Libris (2005), accompanied by our artists’ books, The Case of the Lost Aviary, Trouble at Sea, The Dubious Clue, and By the Pricking of My Claws.


Decisions: The Print Imaging Practice Residency Exhibition 2013
RMIT Building 94, Level 2, Room 1, 23–27 Cardigan Street, Carlton, 3053
Friday 1st of November to Thursday 5th of December

Project Space: Dani Hakim, Fiona Macdonald, Nikos Pantazopoulos [Curator], Nick Selenitsch, Hanna Tai

Spare Room:
Also includes artwork by Rosalind Atkins, Graham Badari, Belle Bassin, Ursula Bolch, Justin Caleo, Alex Carroll, Angela Cavalieri, Jazmina Cininas, Annette Cook, Jason Cotter, Antonietta Covino-Beehre, Steve Cox, Linda Erceg, Michael Florrimell, Marco Fusinato, Joel Gailer, Stephen Gallagher, Tony Garifalakis, Nathan Gray, Rona Green, Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison, Irene Hanenbergh, Richard Harding, Katherine Hattam, Euan Heng, Anna Hoyle, Jessica Irvin, Kate James, Louisa Jenkinson, Ruth Johnstone, Shane Jones, Kate Just, Deborah Klein, Damon Kowarsky, Marion Manifold, George Matoulas, Mark McDean, Jennifer Mills, David Noonan, Cristina Palacios, Simon Pericich, Kerrie Poliness, Reko Rennie, Kiron Robinson, Jonas Ropponen, Stacey Ryan, Erik Mark Sandberg, Alex Selenitsch, Heather Shimmen, Julia Silvester, Andrew Sinclair, Stephen Spurrier, Kate Stones, Kristina Sundstrom, Sophia Szilagyi, Deb Taylor, Andrew Tetzlaff, Michael Vale, Deborah Williams and Kate ZIZys

The Print Imaging Practice Residency Exhibition, 2013, Spare Room, RMIT

Since 2004 the RMIT School of Art Galleries and the RMIT School of Art Print Imaging Practice Studio have collaborated to invite artists to take part in an annual residency. Artists are provided with access to the printmaking and photography facilities and with materials to create an original edition of prints. These fundraising prints are available for purchase and proceeds go to support the areas and initiative.