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Mish Meijers

an interdisciplinary artist combines installation, sculpture, drawing, various digital media, performance, ceramics and many more mediums.

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Mish Meijers is an interdisciplinary artist based in Hobart, Tasmania using installation, sculpture, drawing, various digital media, performance, ceramics and many more mediums that she thinks will translate and communicate. Meijers explores the convergence of skill and non-skill. She distorts the inherent worth and significance of objects and images with regard to popular culture, gender determination and functionality, in an alchemic and at times discordant sensibility.

She divides her time between a solo and a collaborative practice. The ongoing collaborative project The Collector Project now is in its ninth year with artist Tricky Walsh is based on a fictional character Henri Papin. The team create large immersive installations to service the authentication of the character and his/her quirks.

Further to this Meijers has had several one off or short term project collaborations and communal projects including The Holy Trinity with Walsh and Alicia King, Meijers and Walsh initiated and ran 6a ARI with a board in Hobart 2007 – 2011. Notable 6a projects included Battery Operated and Supercharger at Nextwave and a joint Asia link and Next-wave residency in Jogjakarta showing Machine no 6 at Sangkring Art Space.

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Geoff Dyer
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Annual Summer Show 16/17

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point TAS

Celebrating 30 years of representing contemporary Tasmanian artists.
Uncanny valley. collage on board 68 55 x cms.
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The Uncanny Valley

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15 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point TAS

Jenny Orchard and Mish Meijers | 3 August - 28 August 2016
Gallery install shot
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Bett Gallery

Galleries

‪Level 1 /65 Murray Street‬, Hobart

Museum quality contemporary Tasmanian art