Jarrad Martyn has been working in residence at Midland Junction Arts Centre since July. On Friday 28 September Jarrad is opening his studio, so come along and see what he has created during his time as artist-in-residence.
Jarrad Martyn’s practice explores how different moments in Australian history have been framed and how we engage with spaces after they have become abandoned. Through painting and installation Martyn employs the principles of bricolage ‘something constructed from a diverse range of things’ to bring together imagery and research to create a more conversational meaning of the history being explored.
Fri 28 Sep 10am - 5pm
Midland Junction Arts Centre 276 Great Eastern Hwy Corner of Cale St Midland WA