Kathy Temin exhibition talk
Launching Kathy Temin’s new work in the AGNSW Contemporary Projects Space, My Monument: Black Garden, is a special public talk and preview of the installation. This new work is Temin’s most ambitious to date and has been made specifically in relation to the architecture of the gallery space, drawing on influences ranging from her family’s cultural displacement, to popular culture and art history. In this talk, Temin discusses her new work in conversation with Wayne Tunnicliffe, head of Australian art.
Image: Kathy Temin My Monument: Black Cube 2009 synthetic fur and filling, steel and wood, 350 × 375 × 375 cm. Collection: Lyon Collection, Lyon Housemuseum, Melbourne. Image courtesy of the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne. Photo: John Brash