Gosia Wlodarczak | A Room Without a View

Ed

Gosia Wlodarczak is a world-renowned artist whose practice centres on what she calls transdisciplinary drawing–adding elements of performance, interaction, sound, photography and moving images to her drawings.

Wlodarczak is currently 21 days into an endurance drawing performance A Room Without A View (Extended) at Fremantle Arts Centre. Alone in the gallery from 9 am until 5 pm every day, she is pushing herself both physically and mentally as she draws directly onto the walls of the gallery.

With limited sensory input and drawing only what she can see, never from her imagination, Wlodarczak says the end product is like living inside her work.

You can view her progress at Fremantle Arts Centre or online via the live stream every day between 10 and 11 am (weekdays only). The finished work will be open to the public when she finishes her performance at 4 pm, Sunday 16 October.

 

The exhibition will remain open until Saturday 12 November. Entry is free.

Exhibition opening 4–6 pm Sunday 16 October
Exhibition runs Monday 17 October – Saturday 12 November

 

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