Lynnette has been a practicing Artist for 25 years, gaining her undergraduate from Charles Darwin University & Masters from Curtin University, and has went on to teach undergraduates at NT Art School, and lecture at Curtin University. She works in Film, Performance, Installation and Painting, a currently lives in Perth.
Lynnette has had solo exhibitions, and participated in many group exhibitions in Australia and Internationally. She has made performances for the Perth Fringe Festival 2012, and exhibited paintings at Artroom5 2011 during the Fringe Festival. She has also participated in international residencies in Indonesia, England, Korea, and Taiwan.
Her successful collaboration over many years with artist Rodney Glick making large 24 hour panoramic films, resulted in invitations to show at the Cuban Biennale, San Paulo Biennale, Washington USA, and the MCA Sydney. Lynnette made many solo art films using super 8 transferred to DVD (youtube.com/user/lynnettevoevodin to view quicklimes of some of her films). Working with other artists has become an aspect of her practice most recently working with Joshua Pether for the Brisbane Undercover Festival in 2015, and the Yirramboi First Nations Festival Melbourne 2017. Lynnette has been a recipient of financial support from the Ian Potter Foundation, OZCo, and Department of the Arts WA She has been collected by a number of Institutions and by private collectors.
The Artist Speaks - August 28
The Cannery’s current Artist in Residence, acclaimed WA artist, Lynette Voevodin talks about her art practice and experiences in residencies around the world. The challenges of making art in new places and the opportunities for our community with this exciting new residency program. The bar will be open for all your refreshment needs and tea and coffee available.
Conceptual Art Workshop - August 28
Conceptualism; art where the ideas or concepts are the most important aspect of the work. Following on from the first workshop, or as a stand alone workshop, this session will allow participants to truly express their ideas through mark making, guided by Lynnette Vovoedin. Materials, such as pencils, acrylic paints and even crayons, will be provided - and Lynnette may even suggests materials for participants to use that may not be their weapon of choice - in order to foster ‘getting out of your comfort zone’. All materials provided.