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Dylan Martorell

Dylan Martorell is an interdisciplinary Melbourne-based artist. His art manifests in a range of forms from traditional pencil and ink drawings to sound and sculpture-based installations. Martorell’s practice is inspired by elements of the natural world as well as explorations of global cultures, often juxtaposing tradition with contemporary found objects. His work typically involves a highly disciplined and refined level of detail, intertwined with ad hoc improvisation and a bowerbird aesthetic.

Martorell has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally over the past decade. Select solo exhibitions include: Hazrat Prototypes, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne (2013); D’ameublement, curated by Francis E. Parker, Switchback Gallery, Monash University, Gipplsand (2012); Agaues de Marco, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (2011); Duppy Musique Povera, Object Gallery, Sydney (2011); Musique Povera, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (2010); Roda Roda Soundsystem, streets of Yogyakarta (2011); Splintered Guilders, Lamington Drive, Melbourne (2009); Stolon Tonals, Black and Blue, Kraton, RoomMate Gallery, Yogyakarta (2010); Umbel Ballits, Craft Victoria, Melbourne (2008); Hinterdact I and II, Über Gallery, Melbourne (2008); Panter Cluster Rimbone, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne (2007). Select group exhibitions include: Never-Never Land, Roslyn Oxley 9, Sydney (2014); Future Primitive, curated by Linda Michaels, Heidi Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne (2013); Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2013); Kochi-Muziris Biennale, India (2012-13); Sonic Spheres, curated by Victoria Lynn, TarraWarra Biennial, TarraWarra (2012); Bellowing Echoes, Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne (2012); Melpore Stringsects, Esplanade, Singapore (2011).

***Lamington Drive is pleased to present Seen and not seen by Dylan Martorell; a temporary music video production studio. Exhibition Runs: Wed Oct 26 – Sat Nov 19, 2016. Public event Saturday Nov 5, 2-5pm.***

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