Modern Fuel is pleased to present Lisa DiQuinzio and Heather Goodchild’s exhibition She Shells from August 26 to September 30th, 2017.
She Shells at Modern Fuel considers how sifting and unearthing is integral to the creative process and how the objects and spaces that surround us impact our state of being through many emotional and cognitive layers.
By employing painting, textile and sculptural work, and an intuitive process of making, DiQuinzio and Goodchild explore the cultural and psychological implications in the consideration of exterior and interior spaces.
Lisa DiQuinzio’s work is process-based and seeks to develop a relationship between objects, both created and found. Heather Goodchild employs textile techniques such as rug-hooking, screen printing and quilting, in conjunction with installation, sculpture and painting to create scenarios that mine the past to decode the present.
The opening reception will be 2-5pm on Saturday, August 26th.
This will also be the opening for the Associations, this year’s Annual Juried Exhibition, which is a group exhibition addressing the social dimension of contemporary cultural production