Join Linden New Art curator Juliette Hanson in conversation with multidisciplinary artist Kate Beynon. Find out more about Kate’s new solo exhibition The Shapeshifter’s Hour, and the diverse interests that have inspired her work, including fashion, surrealism and the supernatural.  Drawing on her Cantonese-Malaysian, Celtic and Nordic ancestries, Kate explores cross-cultural stories and mythologies through the creation of guardian figures and magical creatures. The exhibition includes textile soft-sculptures, paintings and an animation created in collaboration with Kate’s son, emerging artist Rali Beynon and her husband Michael Pablo.


WHEN > Wednesday 3 August 2022

TIME > 6PM to 7PM

ACCESS > Linden New Art, 26 Acland Street, St Kilda VIC 3182






Join artist Louisa Bufardeci to find out about her most recent installation work, titled Figuring. The work consists of over 100 string figure attempts that the artist deciphered from a book published in 1906 by anthropologist Caroline Furness Jayne, titled String Figures: A study of cat’s cradle in many lands. This experimental work exists in a constant state of becoming and potential. Installed by Louisa over two days, many of the figures are loose, or incorrect in some way. The work examines the idea that the process of figuring something out can be an end in itself. 


WHEN > Sunday 7 August 
TIME > 2PM to 3PM
ACCESS > Linden New Art, 26 Acland Street, St Kilda VIC 3182

IMAGE > Portrait of Louisa Bufardeci at Linden, 2022. Photograph: Laura May Grogan.

Feature Image – IMAGE > Portrait of Kate Beynon at Linden, 2022. Photograph: Laura May Grogan.

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