Monthly Archives: December 2013

FELTnatural install

Here are some shots of my work titled ‘Ping Pong Glob’ that was installed under the King William Street Bridge for the FELTnatural River Torrens Public Art Project in November 2013. Thanks also to local street press Rip It Up for the promo!

FELTnatural, ping pong balls, LED lights, Tupperware

FELTnatural, ping pong balls, LED lights, Tupperware

FELTnatural, ping pong balls, LED lights, Tupperware

FELTnatural, ping pong balls, LED lights, Tupperware

FELTnatural, ping pong balls, LED lights, Tupperware

FELTnatural, ping pong balls, LED lights, Tupperware


23rdians @ Arts SA, Sculpture for Sight & FELTspace Wrap Party

23rdians @ Arts SA 2014


Today I delivered 3 of my Silicone Nozzle light works to Arts SA to be part of their annual emerging curators program hang. Emerging curator Carollyn Kavanagh has developed a fascinating exhibition rationale and diverse group of artists whose work will be on display in the Arts SA building throughout 2014. I am thrilled to be involved in this project. You can check out her concept for the hang below….

ENIGMA 23_Page_1

I will also have three other Silicone Nozzles light works on display at this years Sculpture for Sight exhibtion at St. Marks College. The fundraising exhibition is to be held this weekend. The sold out Cocktail Party is on Friday night but the general public can view works from 100 artists on Saturday 14th December 11am to 5pm – gold coin donation entry. There will be fantastic coffee and gourmet food available for purchase – all by the wonderful bistro PUBLIC CBD.

The objectives of this event are:

To raise $200,000 to equip four regional eye centers, and reduce the enormous burden of cataract blindness in Myanmar. In remote regions of Myanmar nearly 1 in every 10 adults are blind, most unnecessarily so due to cataract. The new equipment and specialised training will allow the local eye surgeons to markedly increase the number of cataract operations they can perform each year. We also need to continue providing subspecialty training for our colleagues in the major ophthalmic training centres in Myanmar.

To promote the synergy of sculpture and loss of sight

To promote sculpture artists, offering pieces for sale on a commission basis

Check out the online catalogue here:

and the video promotion for the event on the link below and all the details on the Facebook event page:

Sculpture for Sight 2013

FELTspace DE-VERSIONS WRAP PARTY and Christmas drinks:

FELTspace wrap party 2013

Our DE-VERSIONS festival for 2013 is coming to a close…
This will mark the last event of the year for FELTspace so please join us on Saturday 14th from 6pm to celebrate.
Saturday will include:
-The final installment of the DE-VERSIONS Growing Exhibition from artist Brad Lay.
-The launch of treespace.
-and Christmas carols from Choral Grief
All welcome!

December updates / what’s on!

The ARI that I Co-Direct (FELTspace) is in the midst of DE-VERSION Festival 2013 Madness! DE-VERSIONS is a 3 week long series of creative events. We launched the festival with FELTnatural, a river Torrens public art Project, which was a great success. The rest of our program includes (has included) sound & performance art, a continually evolving exhibtion, movie nights, the launch of TREEspace and a Panel Discussion tonight. I was in charge of co-coordinating this evenings event and have managed to build a brilliant panel consisting of :

Lisa Slade – Project Curator at the Art Gallery of South Australia
Paul Greenaway – Director of Greenaway Art Gallery
Rayleen Forester -Independent Curator and Visual Arts Manager for the Adelaide Festival
Annemarie Kohn – Program Manager at Carclew
To be hosted by Arts writer, Curator and FELTspace Co-Director Eleanor Scicchitano

All welcome from 6pm to view Matt Huppatz contribution to the evolving exhibtion with the Panel to kick off at 6:30!

A full program for DE-VERSIONS is at the FB event below and there is a specific FB event for each of the dates with further details.



My role as Foyer Curator for 2013 at Carclew is coming to a close. Throughout December and into early January my final artist will be on show. Emerging artist Kate Kurucz presents ‘Likeness’ – a series of new paintings that explore different facets of wealth, fantasy and excess using portraiture.

Opening drinks are this coming Tuesday 10th December from 6:30pm. Carclew is also hosting their first Dusk Arts Market on the same night. There will be 25 artist stalls, live music performances, food trucks and beverages so please join us for all things arty, crafty and Christmasy cheer!


img:’Glance’, Kate Kurucz, 2013, oil on canvas, 81cm x 61cm