Each length of hair that emerges from our skin belongs to us. Soundless and piercing, they are an unlikely sentinel born of the body.
Angela Butler lives and works in Sydney. She studied Fine Art at COFA (now UNSW Art & Design) graduating with Honours in 2014, and is currently a studio artist at kil.n.it experimental ceramics studio. Butler trained in printmaking and textiles, and now includes ceramics as a major part of their practice.
65 x 40 x 30 cm
Judges of the 2017 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Djon Mundine OAM (Curator, Writer, Artist and Activist), Roslyn Oxley OAM (Gallerist and arts benefactor) and Alexie Glass-Kantor (Executive Director, Artspace, Sydney and Curator, Encounters, Art Basel | Hong Kong)
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