Join curator James Gatt for an intimate walkthrough of the exhibition 'Elizabeth Pulie: #117 (Survey)', and hear about key works and significant developments in Pulie’s practice.
James Gatt is an independent curator and writer living and working on Gadigal land. He has worked closely with contemporary artists from Australia and New Zealand on projects and exhibitions since 2015, taking a conceptual approach to identify potentials for alternative models that relate to and shape contemporary art.
Gatt’s research focuses predominantly on conceptual art practices and histories, social and political implications and strategies for art, and art’s facility for generating ideas and potentialities.
From 2015 to 2017, Gatt was founding director of Squiggle Space, a hybrid studio and project space dedicated to open-ended enquiry and critical discussion. Prior to this, Gatt worked as an educator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. He is currently Associate Director at Sarah Cottier Gallery where he has curated exhibitions including Sculpture Salon (_2018), _Contemporary Recalcitrants (_2019), and _Dialogue 2: On Hessian (2020).
Presented in conjunction with #117 (Survey), Australian artist Elizabeth Pulie’s first survey exhibition, mapping 30 years of practice.
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