Jane Dennis - Sushi Train
Fri 02 Jun - Sun 25 Jun
LAUNCH: 6PM SAT 3 JUN
For her first major solo exhibition at the Tanks, Jane Dennis brings a sumptuous offering of raw fish prints.
Gyotaku is the Japanese tradition of fish printing (gyo meaning fish and taku meaning rubbing). Originally a method for recording fish catches, it became an art form in its own right in the mid-1800s.
Jane’s approach to making this body of work has been a simple combination of slow art and slow food: catch, print, eat.
Join Jane in a workshop to learn the ancient technique of Chokusetsu-Ho. See workshops page for details.
VENUE: TANK 4 COST: FREE
OPEN: 9.00AM – 4.30PM WEEKDAYS, 10AM – 2.30PM WEEKENDS
WORKSHOPS: JANE DENNIS - PRINTING WITH FISH
WHEN: Saturday 17 June
TIME: 10am – 12pm
VENUE: Tank 4
COST: $40 - includes materials, BYO fish and t-shirt to print on (optional)
BOOKINGS AND INFO: Jane Dennis 0400 617 467 firstname.lastname@example.org