Exhibition Opening: Saturday 10 June, 4–6pm 

Location: Gertrude Glasshouse, 44 Glasshouse Road, Collingwood

Opening Hours: Thursday–Saturday, 12–5pm

‚ÄčAdelle Mills on Posture carriages: ‘Working with people in group or individual performances I engage with how emotional information is exchanged between people. In this work unscripted monologues are transmitted between artist Kate Meakin and the camera-as-audience. Taken by the sense that an emotional transmission can occur for the performer via an internalized image of a narrative or persona, together we devised multiple women characters for Kate to transmit information through. Kate, is someone I could imagine, but my imagination is shaped by the real Kate who is necessarily shaped by the imagined (she shapes uswe shape her).’‚Äč

Adelle Mills was born in Melbourne, Australia. Recent solo exhibitions include; Posture carriages, Gertrude Contemporary’s The Glasshouse, Melbourne 2017; Instituut: Video work by Adelle Mills, Werkplaats Typografie, Arnhem, The Netherlands 2017; Family is a score, TCB art inc, Melbourne 2016; 3 Day Exhibition, Laurel Doody, Los Angeles 2015; Already always, Flake, Melbourne 2014. Recent group and survey exhibitions include; Primavera: Young Australian Artists, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2016; Splash back, 55 Sydenham Road Marrackville, Sydney 2016. NEW15, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne 2015; and Transmissions: Legacies of the Television Age, National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne. Adelle undertook the Gertrude Contemporary Studio Residency program 2015—2017 and has also completed a Bundanon Trust Residency, 2017. Adelle is the recipient of; a Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship 2015; NAVA Australian Artists Grants 2014/16, and an ArtStart award from the Australia council 2013.

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