IN a late email to “Citynews”, artist Geoffrey Dunn has cast doubts on his own sanity.
Dunn, you see, after a couple of years of not exhibiting at all, has not one but two exhibitions currently on show, and in his views, that’s not exactly normal.
The first, as we have reported, is “2 Tens & A Tomato – Fresh Art and Words from Geoffrey Dunn & Marina Talevski” in which the two artists combine visual art, sculpture, poetry, photography and installation in a joint show running at The Front until Sunday.
Dunn and Talevski are guests at the regular Poetry Slam at the gallery tonight, Friday July 25 where the pair will read works on display and answer questions about the show.
Stranger still is Dunn’s second, “Zoologica: a study of Life through Death,” a series of twelve photographs examining our relationship with the scientific collection of animals and the way we study life via their death.
“2 Tens & A Tomato” is at the Front Gallery in Wattle St Lyneham until July 27. “Zoologica” is at the Kaori Gallery in Hobart Place, Civic, until August 2.