In this post, we feature an interview that Stockroom conducted with Erika Gofton where she discusses her motivations and thoughts behind the evocative body of work entitled Liminal.
Last Saturday we opened our current show with Erika Gofton, Siri Hayes and Sam Petersen. It was a fantastic crowd who came to celebrate with us and we were lucky enough to have Sam give the artist talk for the event. Accompanied by her sometime-assistant Rebecca and her speech modulator, Sam kindly - and humorously - gave us an insight into her work and process, and in particular her process and thoughts behind her current show at Stockroom - Ok I'll do angels instead.
See below a transcript of Sam's talk (attached as a PDF). See also the second link below for our previous blogpost featuring Sam's interview with Fiona Parker on 91.1FM.
Artist Sam Petersen talks about her work in interview with Fiona Parker of 91.1FM
With her upcoming show Ok, I'll do Angels Instead opening at Stockroom Gallery in October 2017, artist Sam Petersen recently spoke with Fiona Parker of Breakfast With Fiona Parker on 91.1FM.
Sam Petersen's work stems from the self and all that is close to her. She is interested in what can be done with one's fluid self and the space around it. The artist work relates to body as well as mind, exploring everyday feelings between the rational and the playful. Click on the audio link below to listen to the artist speaking about her work.
CREDIT: This interview first aired on Breakfast with Fiona Parker, on 91.1FM ABC Central Victoria on 22/09/17