TARIK AHLIP, SUSAN BURET, SAMARA ADAMSON-PINCZEWSKI
JAKE WALKER, DANIEL HOLLIER AND JELENA TELECKI
SWEET RELIEF
11–28 NOV 2015

JAKE WALKER
Desktop Painting 2013–15
mixed media on linen
110 × 175 cm

SAMARA ADAMSON-PINCZEWSKI
Surface Slope 2014
acrylic on canvas
183 × 137 cm

TARIK AHLIP
In the Western Ward 2015
plaster and carved lightweight concrete
Diameter 40 cm

TARIK AHLIP
Salamander as a Child 2014
plaster on acrylic
69 × 82 cm

SUSAN BURET
Monarch 2015
flashe vinyl on mdf
65 × 130 cm

SUSAN BURET
Lepidoptera #10 2015
wool on tapestry mesh
24.5 × 21 cm

SUSAN BURET
Lepidoptera #3 2014
wool on tapestry mesh
33 × 33 cm

DANIEL HOLLIER
The Night Parrot 2014
acrylic, gouache and spray enamel on polyester
106 × 76 cm

JAKE WALKER
Untitled 2009–14
oil on linen with earthenware frame
24 × 34 cm

JAKE WALKER
Untitled 2015
oil on linen with glazed stoneware frame
38 × 44 cm

TARIK AHLIP
Slow Death to the Patient 2015
plaster and carved lightweight concrete
Diameter 40 cm

TARIK AHLIP
Pollinator 2015
carved lightweight concrete and cast plaster base
25 × 25 × 58 cm

SUSAN BURET
Lepidoptera #2 2015
wool on tapestry mesh
24.5 × 24.5 cm

SUSAN BURET
Lepidoptera #8 2014
wool on tapestry mesh
24.5 × 20 cm

JELENA TELECKI
Collision 1 2013
oil on canvas
138 × 153 cm


'Sweet Relief' explores the sculptural qualities of the support and frame, and the interaction of form with negative space. The delicately molded plaster works of Tarik Ahlip evoke a chalky, classical carving. Susan Buret’s modular installation of tessellated ply extends beyond the picture plane and across surfaces of the room. Daniel Hollier’s shaped canvasses blur the distinction between painting and sculpture and Jake Walker’s hand-crafted ceramic frames become inseparable from the painting contained within. In contrast, the painted forms in Jelena Telecki’s ‘Collision’ and Samara Adamson-Pinczewski’s ‘Surface Slope’ define the negative space of the rectangular canvas.