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Inside The Silos

Apr 6, 2013  ·  2 min read

By Andrew Frost

The now defunct Allied Mills at Summer Hill is a massive and imposing industrial site in the landscape of the inner west. With its high bluff white walls and multi-story scale silos, the Mills exists as possibility: on the one hand, commercial developers with plans to turn the site a sci-fi cityscape are continuing their negotiations with various authorities, while on the other part of the space is now Mungo Studios, a collection of artists using the place as studios.

Curated by Catherine Benz, Inside The Silos brings together the work of a collection of artists working Mungo Studios, and investigates the traces and influences the space has had on the work.  Ryan Leech’s Medres, is a mixed media work that speaks directly of a collision between materials and industry, while Mark Brown’s sound installation is derived from sound recordings that, when played back in the gallery, create the same resonant frequency as the Allied Mills silos. More tangentially related perhaps is Louis Pratt’s sculpture, and an array of work shown elsewhere including work by Aaron Anderson, Sally Gibbs, Ryan Leech, Todd McMillan, Freya Zinovieff, Jamie North, Sophie Clague, Clare Nicholson, Jari Kutasi and Daniel Wallace.

Delmar Gallery, Ashfield


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