About the work
Glow Shadow is a work presented in the unoccupied University of Canberra Student Residences designed by John Andrews in 1973. Intervening with affects of colour and performative presencing, Glow Shadow illuminates and meditates upon the uncanny resonance of seen and unseen things, future and past imaginaries, and movements through thresholds of architecture, sense and psyche. The work opens to different orientations, from night to day, inside and out, with a singular performance active on opening night.
Photos by Heeseon Jung
About the artist
Melbourne-based artist Cate Consandine works across a wide range of formal and discursive mediums including sculpture and spatial practice, film and performance. She works with the body as material for her practice, and is particularly interested in the physical expression of psychological states, the relationships between bodies and space, and their contingent emotional registers. Her work seeks to locate experience between stillness and movement, or the place where desire is posited—the edge of movement—and particularly fixes on the liminal body; a body on edge in the landscape.
Cate Consandine has exhibited locally and internationally including: Belfast Exposed (Ireland), Art Gallery of NSW (Sydney), Centre of Contemporary Photography (Melbourne), Heide Museum of Modern Art (Melbourne), Galeri Soemardja (Indonesia), Museum of Contemporary Art (Taiwan), and POSCO Art Gallery (South Korea), and Sarah Scout Presents (Melbourne), Sydney Theatre Warf (Sydney).
Represented by Sarah Scout Presents, Melbourne.
- Glow Shadow
- Orange window film