Archive for January 2018


I’ve been head down, tail up working on this solo show for the past year and suddenly, here we are….




For reasons best known only to my genius (see Elizabeth Gilbert’s marvellous TED talk ) I’ve become preoccupied with the tapering shape of a ceiling-fan blade. Very approximately. The fascination stems purely from the interesting shape – there is nothing deeper or more philosophical at play.

The result is that most of the works in this show incorporate the fan shape.  The works are reminiscent of way stations in a narrative – film stills, if you like –  thanks to the titles I’ve chosen for them. Waddya do? In the spirit of whimsy, I’ve serenely just run with it. Come and check them out…


The way things go together II

– new works by Moira Kirkwood

Red Point Gallery, 100 Wentworth Street Port Kembla NSW

OPENING EVENT: Saturday 3 Feb @ 2pm. To be opened by artist and educator Tony Hull.

Show runs Fri 2 Feb till Sun 11 Feb

Gallery open Tues – Sun 10am till 4pm

Admission free, all welcome. Gallery is accessible.