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ARTIST TALK: The Alternative Archive

with Louise Tasker (Southwest)
and Annette Davis (Great Southern)

Albany Town Hall
February 3, 10.30am – 11.30am

Albany Town Hall invites you to join them for an insightful talk with Southwest artist Louise Tasker and local artist Annette Davis at the exciting upcoming exhibition: The Alternative Archive

The Alternative Archive touring exhibition presents a contemporary visual archive of regional Western Australian arts practice, documenting a dynamic anthology of how regional artists relate to the people, homes, towns or regions that they know so well.

About Annette Davis

Annette Davis is an independent curator and artist who lives in Albany where she has had a long involvement with MIX Artists Inc, a group of contemporary artists from the Great Southern. Over a thirty year career during which she has lived in Perth, Kununurra and Karratha, Annette has curated and coordinated many exhibitions and visual arts projects, including art prizes and exhibitions of contemporary and historical art.

About Louise Tasker

Louise Tasker is an artist who works predominately in jewellery and sculpture. Her jewellery works Water Rights Series – Nelson Location (2019) and Water Rights Series – Water Markers (2019) are currently on display as part of The Alternative Archive. Read Louise’s artist profile.

Image credits: Louise Tasker in her home studio. Photography by Duncan Wright | Annette Davis, supplied by the artist.