Beinart Gallery presents “I do not exist,” the debut solo exhibition of Melbourne-based embroidery artist Adipocere. This exhibition explores the unique relationship between a somewhat innominate artist and their artwork. At this showing, they present a wide allegory derived from a level of personal, physical separation to depict studies of abnegation.
Opening reception: Saturday, January 13, from 6–9 pm. Free entry.
This exhibition runs from January 14 to February 4 and runs alongside Mahlimae’s debut solo show, Lost souls of the Erlking.
Adipocere (Melbourne, Australia), a self-taught hand embroidery artist, primarily creates their imagery for the therapeutic catharsis evoked through the medium. Their work focuses on displaying what they refer to as emotional self-portraiture while operating within the confines of a constantly developing, overarching fiction, one with small roots in reality but using motifs and symbolism to delineate...