Aliey Ball, Artist

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Aliey Ball’s fluid, organic works could easily remind one of liquid forms, coral like organisms, floral stamens or frozen moments of ever-changing energy forms. Clearly very connected to nature.

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Dibiont – Modified gypsum, epoxy resin, glass fibres and automotive paint

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Inter-inanimate, “.. is a furthering of my inquiry into the human-nature relationship via interconnectedness. By bringing the body of the artist in a sensual, at times erotic, union with the objects of art, the artist infers an intimacy exists between the soft human body and inanimate objects.” Aliey Ball.

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Spinozas Heart – steel wire, epoxy and paint. Like exploding droplets of liquid.

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Murray River – water colour and pencil

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Warrun Wyett – oil on Canvas

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Mangrove theory. A recent piece,in bronze with flax weavings. Indigenous weaving techniques shown to the artist by Wurundjeri Elder, Ian Hunter, were combined with European craft techniques.

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Tribion.  Aliey Ball is currently appointed to the role Gallery Curator for Skin Gallery, an initiative of the Skin & Cancer Foundation and Arts Access Victoria and Arts Development Officer at Arts Access Victoria.

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