Isadora Vaughan in ‘There is a pain - so utter’, at Gertrude Glasshouse

25th Apr 2018

Isadora Vaughan will be contributing work to ‘There is a pain - so utter’, opening at Gertrude Glasshouse this Thursday. Curated by current Gertrude Studio Artist Beth Caird, the exhibition includes new and recent works by Australian and international contemporary artists that reflect strategies of withdrawal, investigate what it means to be an artist and not create work and explore vulnerability and transformation as artistic gestures. 


Opening Thursday, 26 April from 6-8pm, ‘There is a pain - so utter’ continues until 26 May.


(image: Isadora Vaughan, ‘Recalcitrant Bodies’ 2017, installation view. Photo credit: André Piguet)