Electric Meat

8 May - 2 June 2017
Adelaide Central Gallery

Cheryl Hutchens and Deborah Prior

Exploring the slippage between thinking / feeling the scientific and lived body. Picking at threads / threading on synapses to confront the weight and anxiety of our materiality.

Electric Meat presents work by Adelaide artists Cheryl Hutchens and Deborah Prior. Their soft sculptures and stitched works explore the scientific and lived body through themes of the self, anatomy, complex biology and states of being in experimental and thoughtful ways. 


Read the Media Release, which includes information about the artists.


Work exhibited by Prior in this exhibition was initiated with the support of the Helpmann Academy through their British School at Rome residency. The artist wishes to acknowledge the generous support of both organisations.


Opening event

Tuesday 9 May 2017, 6 - 8pm
Cash bar available, all welcome


banner image | detail: Cheryl Hutchens, Bifurcate, 2017, glass beads, nylon thread, 80 x 90 x 1 cm. Photograph by Sam Roberts