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Elyse de Valle

Elyse de Valle, Carrara Marble Chisel and Writing Pen on Marble in Milk Crate, 2015, Carrara Marble, Milk Crate, 340 x 340 x 340.

Excavation
Elyse de Valle | Zoe Scoglio | Melanie Jayne Taylor
Curated by Simone Hine and Kyle Weise

Excavation brings together three artists whose work sits between the certainty of objects and the intangibility of our brief encounters with them. Alongside their own work, the artists will draw upon the University of Melbourne’s Cultural Collection to investigate the archive as an evolving process, where objects are altered by our interactions with them.

Elyse de Valle is an emerging artist who utilises materials and site to express the conceptual concerns of her practice. De Valle’s work explores little known narratives that permit her contemplation of creative labour, memories, loss and experience. It is often a pursuit to trace and respond to social history, reflecting on how memory is encoded directly and indirectly within the built form.

Exhibit
Excavation
Location
Arts West
Precinct
The University of Melbourne

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