Lemon Yard 9-24 Nov 2019

Lemon Yard
Cameron Gill, Aaron C. Carter, Kate Hill

Opening night Fri 8 Nov 6-8pm (no RSVP required)
Exhibition Sat 9- Sun 24 Nov 2019

Mr Kitly gallery
381 Sydney Road
Brunswick
www.mrkitly.com.au

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In Lemon Yard, friends Cameron Gill, Aaron C. Carter and Kate Hill consider the curated space of a garden—as observed through walks around the environment surrounding their shared studio, and in the more intimate spaces of their own backyards. Harvesting from their backgrounds in agriculture, permaculture, painting and sculpture, the trio bring together a suite of new work intertwined and overlapping in celebration of cement swans and the mollusks of Brunswick. 

www.camwillgill.com
www.aaroncharlescarter.com 
www.kateehill.com

Aaron C. Carter appears courtesy of ReadingRoom.

In addition to the exhibited works we have select Cameron Gill available in the stockroom, please contact us for further information.

Cameron Gill is a painter based in Melbourne, and holds a Bachelor of Fine Art Painting from the Victorian College of the Arts (2010). Recent exhibitions and projects include Back of the Dam (solo), Neospace, Melbourne; Makeshift, Neon Parlor, Melbourne; Inhabit (solo), Stockroom Gallery, Kyneton; and Everybody plays their part, Rubicon ARI. Gill participated in the 'Rundgang' Summer exhibition in Leipzig, Germany, as part of the LIA residency program. Cameron was awarded the ‘Most Innovative Work’ prize at the King Valley Art Show, 2013, and the  2011 Roger Kemp Memorial Graduate Prize from the Victorian College of the Arts.

 

Kate Hill (based Naarm/Melbourne) maintains an installation and research based practice that draws on materials and processes connected to ceramics—earth, clay, water and fire—as matter to explore place based narratives in particular sites. Kate completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at RMIT in 2010, and a Masters of Community Cultural Development at Victorian College of the Arts in 2014 where she was awarded the Jim Marks Postgraduate Scholarship. Selected exhibitions and projects include SAM Local, Shepparton Art Museum (solo), 2018; Fall Line (with Isadora Vaughan), C3 Artspace, 2017; the scribe notes, slight (+Abbra Kotlarczyk), Bus Gallery, Melbourne, 2016; and Digging, Eltham Library Community Gallery, Eltham, 2015. In 2018, Hill participated in a Banff Emerging Artist Residency with Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada and was a resident artist at Watch This Space, Mparntwe/Alice Springs in 2019. 

 

Aaron C. Carter (b. 1984, Donald, Australia) holds a Master of Applied Arts from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver (2013); a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne (2005). Recent exhibitions and projects include; Flirtatious Energy, Bus Projects, Melbourne, Free Love, ReadingRoom, Melbourne, Summer in Sikas, Växjö Konsthall, Växjö, Sweden;  Tutti Frutti Biennale, Sikås Art Center, Jämtland, Sweden;  Chubby Checkers, Brunswick Sculpture Centre, Melbourne, Australia; Bent Guesses, Honeymoon Suite, Melbourne, Australia;  Fluxus Now, Space Space Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa;  Braided Field, Brunswick Sculpture Centre, Melbourne, Australia; Hot Rocks, St Arnaud Street Museum, St Arnaud, Victoria, Australia; A Boot and a Line, Malmö Showroom, Malmö, Sweden.

Aaron is represented by ReadingRoom. He lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.

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