Recent work by Emma Fitts in the exhibition “Full House” 1-2 May - an artist-run exhibition staged in a home commissioned by artist Milan Mrkusich and designed by New Zealand architect Claude Megson. What a great combo of art and architecture - a real treat for the audience!
In conversation with Megson’s modular architecture, "Full House" explores the routines and textures of domesticity and the structures that house them. The one weekend only exhibition featured twenty-four emerging and established New Zealand and Australian artists across various mediums, including painting, sculpture, video, ceramics, and textiles.
Benjamin Prabowo Sexton
EMMA FITTS, “Protection for the Harvest”, 2020, vinyl paint and dyed felted rope on canvas, 133O x 910 mm with approximately 1580 mm of rope.