LAST Collective

Artists

Beth Arnold

Melanie Irwin

Katie Lee

Clare Rae

Hanna Tai


Projects

LIGHT: The Second LAST Collective Show 2017
The First LAST Collective Show 2016


Stockroom

Print set (blue stamp) 2017

Print set (black stamp) 2016

Artists’ works 

Artists’ publications


About 

Light and Air and Space and Time (LAST) is an artist collective. Founding members Beth Arnold, Melanie Irwin, Katie Lee, Clare Rae and Hanna Tai have come together with shared affinities among their practices and a firm belief that independent artists don’t have to work alone.


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Beth Arnold





Beth Arnold and Jude Walton, Round Dance, 2018
Performance with chloroprene balloon, foot pump, steel poles, textiles
Melbourne
Performers: Beth Arnold, Jude Walton, Rosie Leverton. 
MOVEMENT + ART
Photo: Emil Toonen.


Beth Arnold uses the framework of a sculptural practice to work with and respond to sites. A continuing focus of her practice has been developing an expanded understanding of site, where context is crucial and site is positioned as a shifting environment of multiple relations. The sites Arnold responds to are situated in the construct of the everyday and explore the complexities of the built environment. Through her work, Arnold considers relationships of temporality, narratives and intimacy within space. Often subtle in nature, works are generated in the form of installations, performance and photography.

Arnold completed her Master of Fine Arts (by Research) at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne in 2010 and has shown widely since 2004. Solo exhibitions have been held at Testing Grounds, Melbourne (2016), the Incinerator Gallery, Melbourne (2012) and Sutton Project Gallery, Melbourne (2011).

Curated exhibitions include, Elapse presented by KINGS at the Hobiennale Arts Festival, Hobart (2017), Exhibition RAIR#7 presented by Kaus Australis, Rotterdam (2012) and Gestures and Procedures (2010) at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Her work has been selected for the McClelland Sculpture Survey and Award (2014), the Lorne Sculpture Biennale (2014) and she has been the recipient of a number of awards and grants including a City of Melbourne Laneway Commission (2008), Australia Council for the Arts project funding (2016) and the Australian Postgraduate Award (2009).

www.betharnold.com.au



Beth Arnold, Untitled, 2017
Site-responsive installation with timber and textiles, dimensions variable
Installation view, Rosney Schoolhouse Gallery, Hobart, 3–12 November 2017
Elapse, curated by Tara O’Conal, presented by KINGS
Hobiennale Arts Festival 
Photos: Beth Arnold.



Beth Arnold, Plane and Field, 2016
Performance/installation with 14 units of glass installed in overhead frame and 11 umbrellas
Installation view, Testing Grounds, Melbourne
Performer: Beth Arnold.
Photo: Christo Crocker.




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