Post Industrial Design

Sarah Watt Opening

Thank you for all that made Sunday’s opening of Sarah Watts rendered photography so special. I think I am safe to say Sarah’s work touched a chord with everybody who came. In true Sarah Style she has made the ordinary extraordinary! The show is a real celebration of our local neighborhood and all we hold dear. Exhibition runs till November 13. [gallery link="file" columns="4"]

3012 – 2012 Exhibition by Sarah Watt

We are excited to present 3012 – 2012 a local story in images by Sarah Watt. If Sarah Watt wasn’t so god-damn-nice, she would definitely be one of those over achieving creatives that we would all secretly love to hate! In 2005 she scooped an AFI for best writer and director with Look Both Ways as well as winning major international awards, including Venice and Toronto Film Festivals. In 2009 she wrote and directed My Year Without Sex. Her work is represented in the permanent collection at MOMA, New York. She wrote and illustrated the children’s picture book, Clem Always Could (Lothian press). AND this week she is launching her co written memoir (with William McInnes) 'Worse things happen at Sea' (Hachette), photographically illustrated by, of course, Sarah. She has obviously been very very busy and we are honoured that Sarah has squeezed in some time to do something with us! Exhibition Dates 24th October till 13th November Gallery Hours Tues–Saturday 10am to 5.30pm, Sundays 12 to 5pm         3012 - 2012 draws an emotional connectedness to the suburban landscape through rendered photography as Sarah Watt explores her relationship with the local neighborhood in West Footscray. The exhibition is also the official launch of Sarah Watts’ Calendar 3012 - 2012. Produced by Leanne Evans, this uniquely local calendar depicts images from the exhibition.