Janice Gobey’s long obsession with fur continues in her latest exhibition Alchemy at the Alternating Current ArtSpace. Her art doesn’t need words. She works on connecting to people on a non-verbal level. She’d like people to feel the work more than view it in a logical, rational way. So pause for a moment,
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Strange Arctic landscapes by Janice Gobey were exhibited at fortyfivedownstairs in May with the figure of a white wolf staring knowingly out of the canvasses. This was Gobey’s fourth exhibition of paintings in the CBD and she is slowly building a following. Art mounts an argument and this exhibition is
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The heart of all things When the green flash came, there wasn’t a thing anyone could do. There were warning signals, for sure, yet capitalist imperatives were deemed more important. So when ‘turning a blind eye’ became a marker of the sacred, the threads that bound humanity together snapped, one
“It happened but I do not know it—that it happened or what it was that happened, the eventless event, unremembered.” Griselda Pollock The traumatic event is not to be found: to never be found completely. Janice Gobey’s recent paintings draw forth subjects that are alluring, obscured, frightening, and in their