The Sisters Hayes and Paul Hodges were hard at it in the Arts Project studio on Friday afternoon, painting babies. The inspiration? The famous Luca Giordano painting ‘Allegory’ c. 1675 housed at the NGV International, which the artists visited a few weeks ago and will base their collaborative artwork for Knowing Me, Knowing You (KMKY).
Artist Paul Hodges says, “I am really excited about the project. I am very happy to be working with The Sisters Hayes and I look forward to working with them again.”
We’re super excited to see this project evolve and have images to share of the project in its inital stages below – enjoy!
Artist and curator Lindy Judge is working with Arts Project Australia to create an in-depth collaborative investigation involving ten of our studio artists and ten external contemporary artists. Cinematographer Shelley Farthing-Dawe has been documenting the evolution of the project as a film journal that will later be edited into a documentary. Keep an eye out for the teaser trailer that will soon be released!
Knowing Me, Knowing You questions the collaborative process itself; it will explore the complex nature of collaboration between professional artists.
Luca GIORDANO (c. 1675) oil on canvas 230.5 x 231.0 cm
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Purchased through The Art Foundation
of Victoria with the assistance of the Government of Victoria, 1988
The Sisters Hayes with Paul Hodges in the Arts Project studio.
The Sisters Hayes with Paul Hodges – the project is underway!
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