SITE EIGHT / 24 August to 1 September 2017 (Opening Thursday 24 August 5-7pm, Opening hours Monday to Saturday 1-5pm)
The Grid Reimagined explores the constructed environment of the city in both the process of making jewellery and in the objects themselves. Combining techniques of digital technologies with observations of three international cities – New York, Melbourne and Shanghai, the work reveals the complex interactions between people and the urban landscape.
The Grid Reimagined is a part of the 2017 Radiant Pavilion program, alongside Minegishi / Britton / Bielander at PROJECT SPACE, and Precisely at SPARE ROOM. All three exhibitions to be opened at PROJECT SPACE SPARE ROOM by Professor Paul Gough at 5.30pm.
A graduate of RMIT Gold and Silversmithing, Bin has exhibited in Japan, Europe and North America and in Australia. She is the recipient of awards Including the Itami Award and the Diana Morgan RMIT Post-Graduate Award. Bin’s work has appeared in exhibitions including Melbourne Now (NGV), Schmuck, A Fine Possession, (Powerhouse Museum} and Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital, also Powerhouse Museum. Solo exhibitions include Urban Habits, GRIDS at Craft Victoria and The Captain's Daughter. Her work is held in public and private collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, Powerhouse Museum, and Musée des Artes Decoritifs, Paris. Bin is a sessional lecturer at RMIT.
The Grid Reimagined is a part of 2017 Radiant Pavilion.