Knowing Me, Knowing You Exhibition

Knowing Me Knowing You is about relationships between very different artists. The external artists have a sophisticated practice that’s enhanced by their ability to communicate verbally and in writing, while the Arts Project artists use visual media as a potent tool for communication.
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The Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) opening was a huge success with over 200 friends and guests attending. The ten Arts Project artists and their external pairs pose in front of Rebecca Scibilia and Steven Asquith's finished collaborative piece.

The Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) opening was a huge success with over 200 friends and guests attending. The ten Arts Project artists and their external pairs pose in front of Rebecca Scibilia and Steven Asquith's finished collaborative piece.

Arts Project Australia director Sue Roff giving some much needed thanks at the Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) opening to all those involved in making the exhibition such a success. On Sue's left is artist and curator Lindy Judge who Arts Project invited to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in the exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists. Translator Ben Richardson stands on the right.

Arts Project Australia director Sue Roff giving some much needed thanks at the Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) opening to all those involved in making the exhibition such a success. On Sue's left is artist and curator Lindy Judge who Arts Project invited to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in the exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists. Translator Ben Richardson stands on the right.

Fiona Taylor and Angela Cavalieri work on their KMKY project with curator Lindy Judge and arts worker Nicole Macdonald. Knowing me, Knowing You is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Fiona Taylor and Angela Cavalieri work on their KMKY project with curator Lindy Judge and arts worker Nicole Macdonald. Knowing me, Knowing You is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Cameron Noble painting a van as part of his Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) project. KMKY is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Cameron Noble painting a van as part of his Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) project. KMKY is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Kate Knight and Martin King working on their collaborative piece for Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY). KMKY is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Kate Knight and Martin King working on their collaborative piece for Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY). KMKY is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Paul Hodges and The Sisters Hayes, Not titled (After Allegory by Luca Giordorno), archival pigment print, 31cmx54cm, PH&EWTSH13-0002.  Knowing me, Knowing You (KMKY) is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Paul Hodges and The Sisters Hayes, Not titled (After Allegory by Luca Giordorno), archival pigment print, 31cmx54cm, PH&EWTSH13-0002. Knowing me, Knowing You (KMKY) is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Terry Williams and Jenny Bartholomew examining their finished collaborative artwork for Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY). KMKY is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Terry Williams and Jenny Bartholomew examining their finished collaborative artwork for Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY). KMKY is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition involving ten Arts Project artist paired with ten external artists.

Michael Camakaris and Geoff Newton collaborating in the Arts Project studio. Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition.

Michael Camakaris and Geoff Newton collaborating in the Arts Project studio. Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) is Arts Project Australia’s first exhibition for 2014 and it redefines what it means to work collaboratively. Arts Project invited artist and curator Lindy Judge to create an in-depth collaborative investigation that would culminate in an exhibition.

Chris Mason and Nathan Gray working on their collaborative project. The first exhibition for 2014, Knowing me, Knowing You (KMKY) redefines what it means to work collaboratively. KMKY matched 10 pairs of artists who have worked collaboratively over a year to develop new work. Each pair includes an artist from the Arts Project studio and an external contemporary artist.

Chris Mason and Nathan Gray working on their collaborative project. The first exhibition for 2014, Knowing me, Knowing You (KMKY) redefines what it means to work collaboratively. KMKY matched 10 pairs of artists who have worked collaboratively over a year to develop new work. Each pair includes an artist from the Arts Project studio and an external contemporary artist.

Cameron Noble and Annalea Beattie Double Trouble, 2013, digital print on plastic, 168cm x 260cm The first exhibition of 2014, Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) redefines what it means to work collaboratively. KMKY matched 10 pairs of artists who have worked collaboratively over a year to develop new work. Each pair includes an artist from the Arts Project studio and an external contemporary artist.

Cameron Noble and Annalea Beattie Double Trouble, 2013, digital print on plastic, 168cm x 260cm The first exhibition of 2014, Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY) redefines what it means to work collaboratively. KMKY matched 10 pairs of artists who have worked collaboratively over a year to develop new work. Each pair includes an artist from the Arts Project studio and an external contemporary artist.


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