Sonja Porcaro, Murmur (detail), 2022, Photography: Sam Roberts 

Description: A black shoelace loosely wound around a straight wire on a grey background.
Meng Zhang, 'Container No 1 - 9', 2022, cast concrete, plaster, wood and hand-dyed fabric. Photography: Sam Roberts

Description: A collection of nine cast block forms with some resting on wooden logs. They sit on a concrete floor with a black wall in the background.
Nicole Clift, 'Methods for detecting air (Daisy)' [detail], 2022, Kodak Portra 35mm photo on 160gsm coated paper, 84.1 x 118.8 cm.

Description: A cream ribbon with punched holes is looped on a protruding wire on a green-grey background.

Unravelling Encounters

• Visual art
South Australia • World Premiere

Featuring Lucia Dohrmann, Sonja Porcaro, Nicole Clift and Meng Zhang

Curated by Suzanne Close

Opening: Thursday 23 February at  6 PM

To unravel is to investigate that which is perplexing, entangled and mysterious. 

The exhibition proposes a series of dialogues between the artworks as a way of unravelling their potential insights. Each artist has a nuanced material language that reveals the physical processes of undoing, remaking, gathering and unfolding. Through our collective unravelling, we have the potential to develop a deeper perception of ourselves and weave new narratives

Supported by Arts South Australia and the Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund

Presented by: Suzanne Close

Suzanne Close is a curator and arts educator based in Kaurna Tarntanya/Adelaide. She was the 2022 Adelaide City Library Emerging Curator for the upcoming South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival. In 2020 Suzanne was the recipient of the AHCAN & Floating Goose Early Career Curator program and the 2020 SALA winner of the City of Onkaparinga Contemporary Curator Award. She has written reviews for Artlink and fine print magazine. Suzanne is currently a Co-director and the Finance Officer at FELTspace and teaches Visual Arts.