May Space Gallery

Tania Lou Smith: Untitled (pusher)

MAY SPACE is proud to present it's fourth solo exhibition with Tania Lou Smith, Untitled (pusher)

Untitled (pusher) 2019

Pusher is a short, tragicomic video work. A harried woman in a bright red dress and stilettos bounds across a stadium pushing an empty stroller. The reason for her sense of urgency is unclear. Pusher is a wry take on parenting, anxiety, navigating public space and all of these things mixed together.

Untitled (pram variations) 2020

Bend. Lug. Heave. Pull. Flick. Adjust. Stretch. Squeeze. Slither. _Untitled (pram variations) _is a musical score. A set of scales practiced on an uncooperative instrument. A steel and canvas extension of the familial body. Poking, catching, jarring and pinching. This new series of photographic works is a playful response to the physicality of caring.

Join us on Saturday 24 October from 11am - 3pm for an extended opening. Drinks will be provided.

MAY SPACE has an active COVID Safety Plan. All visitors are required to provide their name and contact number upon entry, surfaces are disinfected regularly, and we have a maximum capacity within the Gallery of 45 people.

Event starts
Wednesday 21 October, 2020
Event ends
Saturday 7 November, 2020
Venue Address
409b George Street Waterloo NSW 2017

New South Wales , Waterloo

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