IDIOM | ANITU, OLD GODS, BELIEFS AND SUPERSTITIONS | 16 AUG – 12 OCT
half a cone shaped ceramic vessel is glazed with blues and browns.

IDioM, Glaze Mines – Anthropocene, Ceramic, and Material exploration of humanities mark.

EXHIBITION DATES: 16 August– 12 October 2024

OFFICIAL OPENING: Friday 16 August, 6pm

 

 

Details

Exploring their connection to identity, culture and community, this exhibition presents ceramics representing the indigenous Gods of the Philippines. In an investigation undertaken with the community, IDioM demonstrates the connections to history, land and faith, that exist outside of the Greco-Roman, Egyptian and Judeo-Christian religious paradigms.

About the Artist

IDioM completed her Bachelor of Visual Arts at the Australian National University School of Art and Design(SOA&D) in 2022. In 2022 she was the recipient of the ANU School of Art & Design Emerging Artist Support Scheme (EASS): Canberra Potters’ Society (CPS) Award, culminating in her first group institutional exhibition in 2022. She has exhibited in local galleries in Canberra, including the Canberra Potters Society and ANU: SOA&D Gallery. In July 2022, The Journal of Australian Ceramics included their artwork with other graduating students in the National Education Pictorial Survey.

IDioM is a multi-disciplinary artist working through three distinct projects around themes of experimentation, materialism, identity and the anthropocene epoch, each employing distinct artistic mediums.