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Floorplan Studio is based in Cadigal country, part of the Eora Nation nowadays referred to as Sydney, Australia. The Gadigal People are part of seven clans in the Eora Nation and have an extensive culture, ecology, stories and songlines unique to their region. Floorplan pays respect to First Nations people and their Elders, Past, Present and Emerging.
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Sharing in this collective body of water, the object and subject blur, beginning a process of vitality and decay—shaped entirely by the their own waterbody and its habits.
Jade Court-Gold is a Sydney/Gadi based non-indigenous, gender diverse artist working predominantly with metal and clay sculpture. Jade's practice is a negotiation of materials in an attempt to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to exist in a time of severe ecological upheaval. This is processed in real time through the making of objects - thinking through making. Objects, artefacts, aberrations; a continuation from one to another, without a specific desired outcome. Reflecting on societal and ecological dissociation, the artist uses intuition and emergence as methods to embody ways of knowing outside the mainstream western rhetoric.
Clay, metal, rock and glaze.
Future Remains, 2021
Clay, metal, soil, IV drip, Epipremnum (Pothos), Banksia Spinulosa Dwarf and Lactuca Sativa (Iceberg).
Third Nature, 2023