Biennale of Australian Art runs until November 6, 2018.
Voir will be on show at the George Farmer building, 328 Eureka Street, Ballarat (Oxygen college car park on the map). A favourite industrial space of the festival with its own bar. Venues are generally open from 10am until 5pm or later depending upon events.
Voir is one of 65 solo shows being held as part of the Biennale of Australian Art.
Tickets can be purchased online. Two day festival passes are $25 via https://www.boaa.net.au/tickets
Some performance events have limited numbers and require registration so view the calendar on their website. You will also find more individual events by searching on Facebook. Find brochures with maps at venues across Ballarat and there is also a catalogue available to purchase.
BOAA venues include:
CBD venues: Art Gallery of Ballarat; BOAA on Lydiard St; St Andrew's Hall; The Mining Exchange on Lydiard; St Andrew's church; out door installations in the CBD; Backspace gallery; Unicorn Lane Gallery; The Lost Ones Gallery; Trades Hall; Post Office Gallery; Alfred Deakin Place.
Eureka Village: George Farmer building; Ballarat Welcome Centre; Eureka Stockade.
Lake Wendouree Village: Lakeside sculpture walk & Botanical gardens.
Read about Voir in The Courier
In Voir fountains burst forth and fecund plants grow out of fire. Lost loved ones visit me in my dreams and ignite ancient lights; a statue gazes lasciviously at a brilliantly polished table. I spend my time between night and day, life and death. My worlds burn brightly, smothered by luscious greenery and bright coloured snails. I am thrilled and horrified; I am spilling desire.
All works are charcoal and ink on paper. 560mm square, unframed, $1800. Contact BOAA regarding sales. Or if any questions contact me email@example.com (I can arrange framing). Titles are in the image captions.
In the studio and other places
Tiffany Titshall works in charcoal on paper from her studio in central Victoria. From landscapes and follies to darker, more overt images of animals and devils, her work always simmers with hints of her inner world.