Lauren Burrow & George Egerton-Warburton

Pillow
Torque

27 Aug — 01 Oct 2016

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George Egerton-Warburton and Lauren Burrow, Pillow Torque, installation view

Image: Daegan Wells

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George Egerton-Warburton and Lauren Burrow, Pillow Torque, installation view

Image: Daegan Wells

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George Egerton-Warburton and Lauren Burrow, Pillow Torque, installation view

Image: Daegan Wells

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George Egerton-Warburton and Lauren Burrow, Dog, 2016, drilled and carved MDF wall

Image: Daegan Wells

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George Egerton-Warburton and Lauren Burrow, Pillow Torque, installation view

Image: Daegan Wells

27 August - 1 October 2016

Opening Friday 26 August, 5.30pm

 

Weeds marry the wicker,
Only airlessly discernable,
Amongst fashions of whimpering pastoral-core,
In the sordid orchard.

Anthems of takeaway breath,
Purvey whiff of law and ordure.

 

New works by George Egerton-Warburton and Lauren Burrow.

 

Lauren Burrow (b. Darwin, 1992) is an artist living in Melbourne. Recent solo and two person exhibitions include: Exhaustion Builds, West Space, 2016, Lose the Language, Bus Projects, 2015, Weeping Glass Stool (with George Egerton-Warburton), Pansy, 2015, Dry Touch, Platform, 2014. She completed a BFA (Honours) at Monash University in 2013, has since contributed to Un Magazine issues 9.1, 9.2, & 10.2, and held residency at The Physics Room in 2015. She runs back-yard gallery Pansy with David Egan. In the tail end of this year she will present work in the Tarrawarra Biennale, Melbourne.

 

George Egerton-Warburton is an artist from Western Australia, currently living in Los Angeles. Recent solo and two person exhibitions include: Weeping Glass Stool, (with Lauren Burrow) Pansy, Melbourne, 2015; Administration is just Oulipian poetry, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, 2014; Just paintings, (collaboration with Helen Johnson and Hamishi Farah), Westspace, Melbourne, 2014; Steaming ties, Artspace, Auckland, 2013; Dog, Studio 12, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, 2013. Recent group exhibitions include: New 15, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne, 2015; Plagiarist of My Unconscious Mind! Château Shatto, Los Angeles, 2015; Art as a verb, Monash University Museum of Art, curated by Charlotte Day & Patrice Sharkey, 2014.

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