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A Hammer To Fix

A Hammer to Fix, a changing, peromative work presented by Alisa Waddell.

  • Dates:Sep 20 - 27
  • Time(s):10am to 4pm
  • Venue:Paper Mountain

Details

  • Hosted By:Paper Mountain
  • Venue Address:Upstairs, 267 William Street, Northbridge 6000
  • Ticket Price:Free
  • Venue:Paper Mountain
  • Audience:Adults

Description

The floor allows for mobility, but also for obstruction. Bending, squatting, sitting, kneeling, stretching and leaning. Positions the body moves through when taking an object through process. Positions that we aren’t often accustomed to when viewing a “finished” body of work. Hammering can both dismantle and reassemble. Ailsa Waddell aims to find softness within forceful actions, or how to work slowly with a forceful tool. How tools only become functional once enabled in process. The classification of something being soft or something being hard is part of the insertion humans place on objects that fill our environment. Something with structure also has elements of lightness.

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