Liam Garstang’s concepts resolve themselves in installations that involve sculpture, video, ceramics, and printmedia. His works are based on both personal and generational events rooted in his family farm in Wagga Wagga, Australia. They reference collective iconography across rural and urban rituals, and excavate an emotional responses to place. A strong sense of the performative also underpins Garstang’s work, which is oriented around notions of presence and the gesture.
For his 2018 exhibition ‘The Shepherd’s Crook’, Liam Garstang recorded a video interview in the gallery with George Popov. You can view the interview below.
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