Projects

This is where you will find a compliation of my completed body of works. Some have featured in a few gallery shows around town. You will be able to view the works here, and also be able to see snippets of the physical creation process and what it was like when installed in the galleries.

It’s all about Me- 2010

Kodak Backlit UV film on Perspex lightboxes

Editions of 3+2 AP

70cm x 50 cm x 15cm

$650 each

This work was appart the Photography Studies Collage art major graduate exhibition at Yarra Sculpture Gallery in November 2010. It was buckets of fun.

“Shhh…! You know Me”

“The me that leaps from strength to strength”

“Reach out and touch Me”

“The futures bright, the futures Me”

“Say it with Me”

“Melts in your mouth, not in Me”

“I do it all for Me”

“The Me of you”

“The Me that refreshes”

“Reassuringly Me”

“Maybe she’s born with it, maybe it’s Me”

“Oh, I’m a feeling”

 

Installing/Installation View

Erics pic, check out his Nepal adventures here—> http://composureandotherantonyms.blogspot.com/

Mat’s pic of our amazing shelf/cord casing, check his stuff out here——>  http://matlynn.blogspot.com/  or  http://matlynn.blogspot.com/

these are kat’s pics, check her blog out here—->http://kdoe.wordpress.com/

Some of the process/production line

Catalogue

ASHLEE PRITCHARD

 

It’s all about Me

 

SAY IT WITH ME

THE FUTURES BRIGHT, THE FUTURES ME

IF YOU WANT TO GET AHEAD, GET ME

I’M EVERYWHERE YOU WANT TO BE

THE MOST ADVANCED ME YET

I’M BUILD BY ROBOTS

SHOP TILL YOUR ME

REASSURINGLY ME

THE ME OF YOU

THE ME THAT LEAPS FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH

BETWEEN LOVE AND MADNESS LIES ME

OBEY ME

I DO IT ALL FOR ME

BECAUSE I’M WORTH ME

PRICE ME

CAPITALIST ME

This project explores the dreams, desires, fears and anxieties used in the arena of advertising.

WHITEGOOD, PRODUCT, APPLICANCE -2010

Pegasus photographic prints on fuji crystal archival paper- gloss.
80cm x 56cm


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This project was largely influecned by David Batchelor’s book on how color can be perceived in culture, called Chromophobia. Check it out. This work was shown at Brunswick Street Gallery in early in 2010. I have a very blury iphone Pic (thanks sister) of the statement for you to have a looksie at.

 

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