Sutton Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of recent artworks by Kieren Seymour and Luke Sands created through processes of drawing and painting.
Using a graphics tablet in Photoshop Seymour has produced large scale semi-autobiographical drawings mounted on metal supports depicting figures drinking milk, tripping a house over and finding a dead body in a park.
Sands, using various rat poisons as colorants in mixtures of PVA and acrylic paint, has created wall based, portrait orientated monochromatic forms produced on either MDF, particleboard or aluminium supports.
Luke Sands received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2011. Selected exhibitions include New Argument Stream, curated by David Homewood, Slopes, Melbourne, 2014; 感情警備員ビザ, TCB Art Inc, Melbourne, 2013; Drunk vs. Stoned XIII, Neon Parc, Melbourne, 2013; Group Exhibition: Artwork Documentation, curated by David Homewood, Studio 6, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne, 2013; Great Views, Snake Pit, Auckland, New Zealand, 2012; and 3SQUARE, Conical Inc, Melbourne, 2010.
Kieren Seymour received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in 2011, and completed a semester at Zurcher Hocshule De Kunste, Zurich, 2010. Selected exhibitions include Martin Kippenberger, Neon Parc, 2014; Best Friend, Worst Friend, TCB Art Inc, 2014; Melbourne Now, Channels, Speakeasy Cinema, 2014; Buridan’s Ass, Utopian Slumps Project Space, Melbourne, 2013; Channels, ACMI, 2013; Bonmot, Bus Projects, Melbourne, 2013; Drunk vs. Stoned III, Neon Parc, Melbourne, 2013; Nell, Artbar, (Eye for an Eye feat. Luke Sands’ ‘Contact lenses for Kieren’ & Go to the Devil and Shake Yourself), MCA, Sydney, 2012; and Great Views, Snake Pit, Auckland, 2012.