Folio: Pericoloso

Lorry Wedding-Marchioro, the artist behind Pericoloso is a sculptor based in the Adelaide Hills. In their work the theory of the Observer effect in Quantum physics is a main inspiration which often makes itself known in playful interactions between elements, the qualities of spontaneity, randomness and fluidity create sculpture that are spontaneous and interactive in nature.


Image: Lorry Wedding-Marchioro, String Theory, 2018. Photograph Bridgette Minuzzo

Folio: Dana Kinter

Dana Kinter is an artist living and making in the Fleurieu Peninsula. Drawing from the natural environment surrounding her home and an Encyclopedia of Australian Birds handed down by her Grandmother, Dana has created a signature style that embraces Australia’s native flora and fauna.

Image: Dana Kinter, I whispered your name in the wind – wattle birds and wattle (detail), 2020. Image courtesy the artist.

Folio: Jason Cordero

Jason Cordero is a visual artist based in Adelaide, Australia. His practice is focused on painting, drawing and digital media and has a strong interest in concepts of possession, perception and belonging.

Image: Jason Cordero, They went their own way, 2019, oil on canvas. Image courtesy the artist.

Folio: Tom Moore

Tom Moore employs traditional glass blowing techniques to create sculptural creatures so whimsical in form and concept they demand attention. His plant-birds, vegetable-men and shark-wagons address themes of nature and industrialisation with humour and playfulness.

Image: Tom Moore, Torpedo Shark, 2005, Hot joined, blown and solid glass with metal components. Photograph Grant Hancock.

Folio: Youngsoon Jin

Born and raised in Aichi, Japan, Australian artist Youngsoon Jin received her Bachelor of Fine Arts, majoring in sculpture, at the Aichi University of the Arts in 2007 and moved to Australia the same year. Youngsoon uses drawing and installation to reveal fleeting moments of beauty in ordinary objects.

Image: Youngsoon Jin, Whipped Cream 1, 2015, Charcoal on paper. Photograph Jonathan VDK

Folio: Laura Wills

Laura Wills is a visual artist based in Adelaide, South Australia. She has an expanded approach to her practice, involving collaboration, ethics, participation and community-based projects. Wills is interested in the social context of art and ecological art projects, exploring themes such as travel, shelter, the environment, mapping and food issues.

Image: Laura Wills, Local Rocks (detail), 2017, pastel and pigment ink on rag paper. Image courtesy the artist

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A brand new, seasonal program thoughtfully curated to help you deepen connections, strengthen your practice and grow your skills in these ever-changing times.

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Troy-Anthony Baylis: Nomenclatures

8 August – 4 November

Inaugural Guildhouse Fellow Troy-Anthony Baylis explores the legacies of colonialism, migration and historical amnesia by literally weaving together the changing place names of South Australian towns.

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Maarten Daudeij, (Raising the) White Flag , 2010, 6 x 2 x 0.3 m (approx), fabric, wooden pole, various components from the Palmer Sculpture Biennial 4 2010. Photograph Mal Wass. Image courtesy the artist.

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News

The Guildhouse Fellowship: Sera Waters

Image: Sera Waters with her work Falling: Line by Line, 2018 for the Ramsay Art Prize. Photograph: Nat Rogers. Announcing the 2020 Guildhouse Fellow: Sera Waters Guildhouse, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the James & Diana Ramsay Foundation are...

Guildhouse Community Resource Hub

Guildhouse is continuing to advocate for artists as the full impact of COVID-19 is realised and we encourage you to stay in touch if you require any further assistance. You can find all the current information we have around COVID-19 on this page. We...

Catapult 2020 Recipients

Image: Gus Clutterbuck, Mirimar Lotus (detail), 2018. Photograph: Josef Muller. Catapult 2020 sees 12 exceptional South Australian artists undertaking $5,000 mentorships to expand and investigate their practice with nationwide mentors. Catapult provides South...

Creative Industries Growth Strategy Survey

Image: Geoff Mitchell's studio Photograph: Aise Dillon Contribute to the development of the Creative Industries Growth Strategy by completing this survey and win one of five $50 vouchers for the AGSA store and the JamFactory. Now open, closing Sunday 15...

ART WORKS 2020 Artists in Residence

Delivered by Guildhouse in partnership with the City of Adelaide, ART WORKS 2020 is a program of residencies and creative engagements, designed to provide a city-based platform for artists and writers to pursue new ways of working and engaging with audiences. This is...

ART WORKS Emerging Curator

This is the third year of the ART WORKS program, which delivers on the City’s Cultural Strategy 2016-23 for Adelaide to be recognised as a cultural incubator where people, enterprises and audiences flourish. The introduction of an Emerging Curator role to the ART...

Guildhouse is supported by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia and by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.

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