'The public is the enemy' as part of 'Practice', at TCB currently

Georgina Criddle | Christopher LG Hill | Nell May | Adam Parata
Curated by Anna Parlane
The word ‘practice’ can equally be a verb or a noun. We practice tasks in order to achieve proficiency. On the other hand, a practice, whether that of an artist, architect, lawyer or doctor, is an established set of procedures: a framework for production.
Practice explores the fluid and uncertain territory in which practicing can become a practice.It foregrounds the discipline, idiosyncrasy and utopianism that are embedded in art making, viewing the generative openness of an ongoing art practice as a cumulative work-in-progress.
Georgina Criddle has recently completed a MFA at Monash University. Recent exhibitions include Linger TCB 2013 (solo) and One Place After Another Kings ARI 2013. Criddle’s work has also been exhibited at the Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, GIZ-Haus, Berlin, Rote Fabrik, Zurich and La Genérale en Manufacture, Paris.
Christopher LG Hill’s recent exhibitions include Living Things Lismore Regional Gallery 2014 (solo), Melbourne Now NGV 2013-14, Free feudal barter store Studio 12 Gertrude Contemporary 2013 and Third/Fourth Melbourne Biennial Margaret Lawrence Gallery 2013.
Nell May is a graphic designer currently based in Berlin. She holds a MFA from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland. Recent projects include the exhibition Cues (with Blaine Western) Rm, Auckland 2014, and the publication a hollow action, a room held together by letters 2014, following the exhibition by Andrew Kennedy and Blaine Western, Artspace, Auckland 2013.
Adam Parata holds a BA from Otago University, Dunedin. Recent exhibitions include Leaves School House Studios 2012 (solo) and Grand Opening Group Show Egg Gallery 2011.
Anna Parlane holds a BFA from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland and a BA(Hons) in Museum Studies. She has previously worked as Assistant curator, Auckland Art Gallery and Curatorial assistant for the 4th Auckland Triennial. She is currently a PhD candidate at Melbourne University.