melbourne: visceral forms at utopian slumps

melbourne: visceral forms at utopian slumps

© photographer: john brash

visceral forms by lauren berkowitz at utopian slumps. berkowitz imagines the topography of the body’s interior structures. these cavities and spaces are imbued with psychological resonances and conflicting sensations of comfort and apprehension. elements of surrealism inform her eccentric spaces, in which cells, capillaries and organs are magnified to absurd proportions. offcuts from yellow, white, red and pink leather cricket balls are combined with hairy threads to create sensuous and richly tactile surfaces that accumulate into immersive and emotive environments. [oh yeh... and lauren is the sister of superfuture's owner wayne]. from 25 august to 15 september. gallery hours wednesday to saturday 12-6pm. for further information, images or to arrange an interview please contact melissa loughnan on +61 3 9077 9918. utopian slumps. ground floor, 33 guildford lane [melbourne].