TooT Artspace St Kilda
Nina Sepahpour, Tamar Dolev & Oliver Hull
Opening Thursday 23 Jan, 6-8pm
Running 23 Jan – 9 Feb 2020*
A wave is a vibration or disturbance transmitted through a material or through space. Movement from studio to public exhibition. Five artists. Five exhibitions. One space. TOOTWAVE is a 2-part Southside Exhibition program and collaboration between emerging artists from Shakespeare Grove Studios, Studio 106 and TooT Artspace. TOOTWAVE runs alongside the TooT Artspace Shop Community Wall, showcasing selected Southside artists and zines.
This Project is supported by the City of Port Phillip Cultural Development Fund
TooT Artspace will have a donation jar available for WIRES – Australian Wildlife Rescue- to assist them in caring for injured animals during the recent bushfires.
(*TOOTWAVE 2 – Remen Hambly and Janita Ryan opens Thursday 13 Feb 6-8pm)
Thursday 23 January
Exhibition runs 23 Jan – 9 Feb 2020*
*TOOTWAVE 2 – Remen Hambly and Janita Ryan opens Thursday 13 Feb 6-8pm
Nina Sepahpour is a Melbourne based artist and is a resident artist at Studio 106. Exploring layers of motif, pattern, shape and colour, her work is an abstract response to her environment, influenced by society, its patterns and the simple moments of everyday life. Interested in the crossovers of both analogue and digital techniques, she works across painting, screen printing, collage, graphic design and illustration to create bold compositions with a hard edge.
Over the years Tamar Dolev has participated in many successful group and solo exhibitions, some of which at her resident studio: Artist’s Studio 106 in St. Kilda where she’s been working from for over ten years. Tamar’s work has been recognized with awards including winning the Bayside Acquisitive Art Prize; a highly commended award at the Whillouby Art Prize; she was a finalist in the Agendo emerging artist exhibition and more recently a finalist at the ANL Maritime Art Exhibition and Awards.
Oliver Hull‘s work examines the poetic and political interplay between images and natural landscapes taking the form of digital media, sculpture and installation. Hull has recently exhibited at Fremantle Arts Center (WA), Bus Projects (VIC), Firstdraft (NSW), Freehold Projects Leeds (UK), Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht (NL), UDSTILLINGSSTEDET Q (DK). Oliver lives and works in London UK. Oliver is a studio artist at Shakespeare Grove.
Images: above- Painting by Nina Sepahpour. below: Video still by Oliver Hull
5/17 Irwell Street St Kilda 3182
Open Thurs–Sat 11-5pm
or by appointment