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Mon, 24 June

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Bateman's Bay Library

Art Exhibition: Tika Robinson's ceramic fungi sculpture, Bateman's Bay

Tika Robinson's unique ceramic fungus sculptural works capture the links between decay and regeneration that fungi produce. They explore the effect that different clay, glaze and inks create in the works.

Art Exhibition:  Tika Robinson's ceramic fungi sculpture, Bateman's Bay
Art Exhibition:  Tika Robinson's ceramic fungi sculpture, Bateman's Bay

Time & Location

24 June 2024, 10:00 am – 19 July 2024, 4:00 pm

Bateman's Bay Library, Hanging Rock Pl, Batemans Bay NSW 2536, Australia

Guests

About the event

Tika Robinson grew up on a cattle and truffle farm in rural NSW. She

attended UNSW Art and Design completing a Fine Arts degree with

Honours. She is currently exploring ceramic fungus sculptural works with

an ink element. Exploring the effect that different clay, glaze and inks

create in the works.

Tika explores the contrast that can be created and discovered with

diametrically opposing ideas. Through her work she studies ideas such

as life and death, and decay and growth. Exploring the decay to

regenerative process that fungi produce. Tika looks at the contrast of

humans and nature delving into the depths of the natural ecosystems.

She studies the ecosystems of mycelia networks that connect multiple

organisms and fungi underground. These networks highlight the

connection and distribution of the world’s regeneration.

The event is open during library hours in Bateman's Bay. 

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