10 May Penelope Davis | Assemble Papers
Assemble Papers sat down with Penelope Davis to discuss Sea-change at MARS Gallery.
In the interview, Penelope discusses the motif behind the jellyfish, delving into the sculptural side of her practice and her process. The full interview can be found at Assemble Papers.
Sea-Change, an exhibition conceptualised during Penelope’s artist in residency at Carlton Connect LAB-14, was also featured in an article for Pursuit, an online magazine which reports on teaching and engagement at the University of Melbourne. The full article explores the exhibition’s interplay between art and science.
Sea-change is part of ART+CLIMATE=CHANGE 2017 – view the full festival program at artclimatechange.org
Image photographed by Matthew Stanton.