mmm … full bleed colour …
“Spooked – Art and Horror in the Western Australian landscape” documents the three ‘Spooked’ residencies and exhibitions over the period 2002 – 2004.
The publications’ 88 pages of full bleed colour feature works by Susan Flavell, Dawn Gamblen, Phillip Gamblen, Anna Green, Therese Howard, Andrew Nicholls, Sedon Pepper, Pearl Rasmussen, and writing by Travis Kelleher, Gary Martin, Margaret McPherson and Spooked curator Andrew Nicholls.
Developed as part of the Artrage Incubator program, “Spooked – Art and Horror in the Western Australian landscape” has been produced in partnership with the City of Fremantle through the Fremantle Arts Centre and Western Australian Museum.
Psychotropic spider webs, nasty little rat men, birthday pools of pig’s blood, and other uncanny delights… who said landscape art in WA was all about ‘the unique West Australian light’.
“Spooked – Art and Horror in the West Australian landscape” is available for sale from the Fremantle Arts Centre and ARTRAGE.