Projects

'Untitled' exhibition, 2008

Identity and Difference in Varying Proportions according to a Commercial Logic and Cascade Room (Patterns of Sensation)

Katherine Moline

‘Untitled’ (Sydney: Yuill Crowley Gallery, 2008)

Katherine’s sculptural practice explores differences between visual art and design processes in a range of soft and hard materials, and traditional and high-tech processes derived from fine art and design traditions. Her most recent exhibition recycled remaindered Neoprene bra cups, creating a series of soft sculptures composed of wild three dimensional patterns. In spite of the Modernist principle that mass manufactured design could democratically address the needs of many at low cost, the series of sculptures reworked what is left-over from a well meaning intention gone awry.

Untitled Yuill Crowley

Katherine Moline, Identity and Difference in Varying Proportions and Cascade Room (Pattern and Sensation) (2008). Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney

Katherine Moline, <i>Identity and Difference in Varying Proportions</i> and <i>Cascade Room (Pattern and Sensation)</i> (2008). Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Katherine Moline, <i>Production Exemplar</i> (2008). Neoprene; 180 x 190 cm. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Katherine Moline, <i>Cascade Room and Production Exemplar</i> (2008). Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Katherine Moline, <i>Crystalline</i> (2008). Neoprene; 170 x 350 cm. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Katherine Moline, <i>Fashion v Style</i> (2008). Neoprene; 135 x 55 cm, 110 x 60 cm. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Katherine Moline, <i>Identity and Difference in Varying Proportions</i> (2008). Neoprene; 128 x 380 cm. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney
Katherine Moline, <i>How Art Made the World</i> (2008). Neoprene; 190 x 20 cm, 45 x 45cm. Courtesy Yuill Crowley Gallery, Sydney