The Shiny Shiny World projects begun by Dr Lisa Anderson, is to develop works that explore the interplay of people and the environment and the stories that this would create. Several projects you will see here have been undertaken using video installation, sculpture, photography, drawing, painting and online sound and image works. Jane Smith and Lisa then formed formed a collaborative company, The Shiny Shiny World Pty Ltd to use their creative, educational, business, production skills to create new art projects internationally, and to consult to individuals and corporate groups. We work together to find creative solutions to through strategic planning across a range of fields. http://shinyshinyworld.com
ICE is a digital print, on gloss photographic pare dibold mounted to aluminium. The work at 60cm x 60cm is a part of the series from Ends of the Earth. The exhibition at Bicha Gallery in Southbank in London. The show highlighted many of the elements of weather, land and story that are held tight within the practice and research of all the shinyshinyworld projects. The exhibition in London opened by John Dauth, the Australian High Commissioner in London in 2010.
Doc Lisa as is Lisa Andersons drag name, has a radio interview show on Eastside FM DocLisa's What Were You Thinking?
We talk of many things to redefine what thinking is within a creative process. The guests tell the story of their thinking as a positive experience in creative doing. Whether it's making paintings, dance, finding shelter for the homeless or starting a business from scratch. Thinking is a positive experience it might include making models with our hands, drinking red wine with our friends or serious research. But we think things up and through and out.
so lets talk about our creative thinking. details: show is LIVE one guest 30 minutes 6 til 6.30 pm every second Monday Eastside FM 89.7 http://eastside.org for live streaming
Red Scroll: The Way Forward
These prints were include in a group exhibition at Rex-Livingston Art Dealer in 2010. The works were created while Lisa was at Redgate Studios in Beijing.
The works explore the places, moments and objects in China that are disappearing with the modernisation drive of China and the shifts of people and architecture.
Many in the RED SCROLL series are in an edition of 8 prints and many of the prints are still available. Please contact Lisa or Jane directly on email@example.com while David Rex-Livingston also represents Lisa in New South Wales and has many works in the stock room. firstname.lastname@example.org
Red China # 29 is one of a series of 30 small prints created in China that were tied to an understanding and attraction to red. The works tavelled with exhibitons in Amsterdam, London, Singapore and Paris. The first of the series are framed in silver oak. size of image is 11cm x 11cm on archival rag paper. 1 of 3 only. please contact Bicha Gallery http://www.bicha.co.uk
Heaven on a Stick. This is a work Lisa developed in Beijing working with the stories of clouds as metaphor and codes in Chinese history. This is a simple studio image for a work being developed for the Blue Mountains installation in February 2012. Currently refining for an installation of 300 of these. They will be available in a minimum selection of 3 at $600 as signed original works. email@example.com