23nd July – 7th August
Playing as illusion; space as constraint; time as homogenisation. James Parkinson will be completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Expanded Studio Practice) at RMIT University in 2015. His work is an evaluation of how art exists between a site of critical thought and authenticity and the functional space external to it. James Parkinson’s practice investigates use value, domesticity and the failed utopic ambitions of the 20th Century. He has exhibited locally and internationally. His most recent shows being The Museum of Abject Sentimentality curated by Phil Edwards and Good Morning Dear.