Sanctum Studio | Silent Revolution (2007)
Sanctum Theatre is a Melbourne-based visual performance ensemble presenting folk theatre in everyday spaces since 2006.
Lachlan Plain, puppets, performance, theatre, theater, Melbourne, Australia, visual, site specific, roving acts, puppetry, public art, community, design, illustration, painting, drawing, art, studio, street art, mural, murals, installation, projection, light, lantern, sculpture, sculptural, artist, exhibition
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Silent Revolution (2007)

In 2007 Jasmine Powell exhibited one thousand photos documenting three months of domestic life in the space where they were taken.

Four other artists were invited to exhibit alongside her – housemate, friend, lover and mother – presenting works on paper, canvas and fabric, furniture, objects, sound and in conversation.

Silent Revolution is about the home set in the home.

The space of the home is extended and shared.

Curated by Jasmine Powell.

Featured artists: Jasmine Powell, Lachlan Plain, Melissa Osborne, Colleen Burke & Noriel Powell