25 Feb 2021—14 Mar 2021
In 1977 I read a book of short stories thinking it was a novel. It made sense to me, a broken nonlinear backcloth. Moments in experience all from distinctive perceptions, no beginning, middle or end.
This work is one of those moments its part of a bigger picture, a ten-year project, that might not make sense to an onlooker, but it does to me.
Dart Object is a soft sculpture constructed by the desire to understand how it feels to slip inside a form and the material knowledge that can be realized from the intimacy of looking.
A jacket that comes with a history and will be used in the future.
Claire Lambe is an artist based in Naarm/Melbourne.
Claire Lambe, Dart Object and Jemi Gale, drowning curse by Audrey Schmidt, MeMO Review.
Documentation by Jordan Halsall.
Images courtesy of Claire Lambe.