The Deep is an exploration of the vocabulary of the two most unusual nonverbal artists working today.
Julian Martin and Terry Williams are long-term members of the Australian Art Project. The respective practices cultivated in this evolving Melbourne institution prove how atypical art makers can seamlessly integrate into the widest cultural circle.
The short stories in contemporary visual communication still live like Julian Martin’s portrait. The artist’s three-dimensional reproduction is expressed through a continuous color plane: a different format, obviously not affected by abstract parameters.
The soft sculptural bear of Terry Williams witnessed its own irresistible collapse. The fabric is bound, wound and folded in clumsy assembly. Replaced and upgraded public goods. The shape of the result-from blurry to dangerous-passes through physical or optical collisions into the grant pass into the alternate state.
Deep learning drew inspiration from everything 4 in the museum: a large exhibition in 2012 that studied the misunderstandings of independent research institutions of artists and producers who had communication and/or learning disabilities at the time.