Juz Kitson features in the group exhibition Hunter Red: Corpus at the Newcastle Art Gallery. Bringing together works from the Newcastle Art Gallery Collection and other institutions that form the Hunter Cultural Collective, the exhibition interrogates the human body through works across ranging platforms.
The overarching theme of red brings with it loaded symbolism and tactile metaphors in representing the body. Kitson will be exhibiting alongside work by Dani Marti, Julie Rrap, Patricia Piccinini, Rosemary Laing, James Gleeson, Mike Parr and others.
Image credit: Juz Kitson Thousands of words exist silently in your memory 2017 hand blown glass, merino wool, rabbit fur, polyester string, marine ply and treated pine 200.0 x 78.0 x 60.0 cm