SPARE ROOM / 17 August to 27 September 2018 (Opening Thursday 16 August 2018)
Liminal is to occupy a physiological or psychological threshold or boundary. Space Between considers artists who explore the undefined or barely perceivable experienced at the liminal. Within the liminal change occurs and is typified by a sense of distance and ambiguity. Each work expands on the space at the liminal, in an effort to communicate and expose the distance and ambiguity of liminal experience.
Felicity Griffin is a recipient of the 2018 RMIT:ART:INTERSECT Curatorial Internship. The Curatorial Internship is a six-month internship which concludes with an exhibition of current RMIT School of Art Honours and Masters of Fine Art students, curated by the intern.
Felicity Griffin is an emerging curator based in Melbourne. In 2012 she completed a Bachelor of Design (Interior Design) at RMIT University, and is currently undertaking a Masters of Arts (Arts Management) at RMIT. She is a current intern at Angela Tandori Fine Art, where she is completing project-specific work that investigates the relationship and dialogue between the art and design industries. Felicity is currently the Operations Manager at Plus Architecture. Her curatorial interest is centered around creating engagement and relationships between people and art, and exploring how artworks within a gallery context can affect movement and flow of people through space.