Masked Intentions at He Made She Made Gallery, Sydney | Yellowtrace.

Welcome To The Jungle by Tamara Maynes. Polyethylene Fusible Beads, 400 x 200mm.
Image courtesy of He Made She Made Gallery.

 

Masked Intentions at He Made She Made Gallery, Sydney | Yellowtrace.

The Candle Man by Óscar Casas. Wax & Epoxy Resin, 380 x 175mm.
Image courtesy of He Made She Made Gallery.

 

Masked Intentions at He Made She Made Gallery, Sydney | Yellowtrace.

A Glimpse Of Another by Vert Design. CNC Machined Aluminum Billet, 260 x 160mm
Image courtesy of He Made She Made Gallery.

 

Masked Intentions at He Made She Made Gallery, Sydney | Yellowtrace.

Pixel Face by Patrick Patrick. Timber and Acrylic Paint, 210 x 350mm.
Image courtesy of He Made She Made Gallery.

 

He Made She Made has invited 21 Artists & Designers to reinvent 21 Masks for the 21st Century. Participants were given the brief to create bespoke masks that must be wearable and fit on a human head. The result is a diverse range of conceptual approaches currently being exhibited as part of the Masked Intentions exhibition.

Sydney photographer Tomasz Machnik documented the masks which are also presented as limited edition prints. A keepsake publication of the prints is also available for the duration of the show.

Contributors include Benja Harney, Dion Horstmans, Jake Stollery, Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria, Thi Nguyen, Kit Palaskas, Naughtyfish, Vert Design, Tamara Maynes and Vincent Buret amongst others.

Check out the online catalogue for the full selection of works.

 

 

He Made She Made Gallery
70 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney
On until Sunday 9th of June.


[Photos by Tomasz Machnik, courtesy of He Made She Made.]

 

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