Shack plays on the notion of something quickly constructed or temporary. In the literal sense, James Dodd will be building a timber structure on the grounds of the school that will become a focal site for outdoor painting during the residency period. Dodd will be pursuing ongoing experiments into the use of mechanical drawing and painting interfaces, using aerosol as a primary output. He will also occupy the gallery space as a site for further testing and consideration.
Audiences are invited at all points to view outcomes and processes as they develop. A closing event will be held at the culmination of the project.
Components of this project have been supported by Arts SA.
Join us in celebrating the close of James Dodd’s SHACK open-studio project, with drinks supplied by Little Bang Brewery and Hentley Farm Wines on Tuesday 4th of May, from 6-8pm.