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18th Biennale of Sydney: all our relations
27 June - 16 September 2012
(participation)

 
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia with Zoe Keramea's "Leopard Moth" on banner
 
 
Zoe Keramea participation at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia - 2012
 
 
"Moths" 2009-2012
Hand-folded paper and thread
 
"Moths" are flexible modular sculptures that exist in a range of different states.
They are named after the real moths that they faintly resemble.
 
 
 
Large White Moth
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
39,5 cm x 59 – 18 cm (variable) x  18 – 3 cm (variable)
  
   
   

Leopard Moth
2010
Hand-folded paper and thread
43 cm x 61 – 23 cm (variable) x 20 – 3 (variable)

 Metalmark Moth
2010
Hand-folded paper and thread
33 cm x 38 – 15 cm ( variable) x 15 – 3 cm (variable)

   
   
 
White Ribboned Moth - closed
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
39,5 cm x 59 – 18 cm (variable) x  18 – 3 cm (variable)

 White Ribboned Moth - open
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
39,5 cm x 59 – 18 cm (variable) x  18 – 3 cm (variable)

  
   
 
Small White Moth
2009
Hand-folded paper and thread
29 cm x 46 – 24 cm (variable) x 13 – 3 cm (variable)

 Black Tipped White Moth
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
29 cm x 46 – 24 cm (variable) x 13 – 3 cm (variable)

   
   
 
White Striped Black Moth
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
43 cm x 61 – 23 cm (variable) x 20 – 3 (variable)

 White Banded Moth
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
39,5 cm x 59 – 18 cm (variable) x  18 – 3 cm (variable)

   
   
 
Spotted Moth
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
36 cm x 51 – 22 (variable) x 15 – 3 cm (variable)

 Geometrid Moth
2011
Hand-folded paper and thread
36 cm x 51 – 22 (variable) x 15 – 3 cm (variable)

   
   
 
Asymmetric Moth
2009
Hand-folded paper and thread
36 cm x  51 -  18 cm (variable)  x  16 – 3  cm (variable)
 Asymmetric Moth With Spot
2009
Hand-folded paper and thread
36 cm x  51 -  18 cm (variable)  x  16 – 3  cm (variable)

   
   
   
   
   
Nine Blocks
  
   
Nine Blocks is a sculptural ensemble of nine cubes, each surrounded by a painted black ribbon.
The public may stack and realign the cubes in countless different formations,
trying to complete a continuous line over every visible surface.
   
   

  

  

Nine Blocks
2008
Acrylic on wood
29 x 29 x 29 cm each (9 blocks)

  
   
 
  

More:
 
"Journey Lines" as part of the 18th Biennale of Sydney creative campaign - 2012

An icosidodecahedron for the 18th Biennale of Sydney - 2012
 
Read Moira Roth's Gleanings, Gleanings#23: Zoe Keramea