In the Australian Financial Review promoting Sydney Contemporary Art Fair. In great company with Abdul Abdullah, Clara Adolphs, Tomislav Nikolic, India Mark and Fair Director Barry Keldoulis. Link to online article here.
Artist and curator Isabel Rouch owned and ran a gallery in Sydney for a few years before realising that "the cost of maintaining a physical gallery meant I would have to go more commercial, which could compromises my curatorial aspirations and desire to remain independent". So she decided to go rogue, to exhibit on a project basis at fairs and occasionally via the Hong Kong-based online platform ocula.com.
In the tiny Booth C07 at Carriageworks, she's showing the latest iteration of Sydney artist Kai Wasikowski's photographic series Moments of Love and Apathy, this one a kaleidoscopic photomontage of the New Zealand Alps incised by red laser beams. "It's Kai's response to rapid environmental and technological change, imbued with a sense of impending doom," says Rouch.