Archetypes and Land: Spiritual Belonging

Bärbel Ullrich

September 7 to October 13, 2018

Bärbel Ullrich’s ongoing exploration into representations of land and place – reflect a deep and sacred appreciation of, and connection to, Earth. Ullrich aims to present land as spiritual, and reflective of an interconnectedness of life on the planet and unity of existence. Her focus on microcosms, reflecting particularities of a place are juxtaposed with universal qualities, drawing from archetypes that hail from diverse mythologies.

Arts Space Wodonga is thrilled to present the visual culmination of Ullrich’s PhD, recently completed at Charles Sturt University. Ullrich’s methodology has included the development of imagery and concepts through art making, research and experimentation with materials and techniques.

Opening: Saturday, September 8, 2pm
by Dr Neill Overton, Senior Lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture, Charles Sturt University.

Artist talk: Saturday, September 15, 10am.
Hear Bärbel Ullrich discuss the methods and motivations behind the visual presentation of her PhD.
Free, morning tea provided.

Holiday printing workshop: Wednesday, September 26, 2pm to 4pm
Inspired by the works of Ullrich, learn the basics of creating your own linocut with local artist Linda Fish.
$15 per person (materials provided). 12+ years.
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