Creature Creature's exhibition at Outre Gallery, ‘Binary Star’, is a literal representation of their forces combined, symbolising dualism which is present in many relationships. A binary star is a pair of stars which orbit around a common centre of mass, and remain united by the bond of their own mutual gravitation towards each other. Creature Creature draws comparisons to the structure of a Binary Star to relationships between humans, looking at the way in which the elements remain united through their own mutual gravitation towards each other. Delving into concepts which could enhance such a gravitational effect such as “yin and yang and the philosophy of balance.”

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‘X’ is a selection on work created during our residency in Qbank Gallery Queenstown from 6/2/17 to 24/2/17.

Our work for this exhibition follows similar themes we have being exploring throughout our art practice of dualism, contrast and opposing forces. This comes from our process of collaboration.

X is a symbol that represents this balance, repetition and symmetry. X is our paths crossed, our union and marks the spot of our destination.

We aimed to explore this narrative through various subject matter. The skulls can be seen as a symbol of finality. In our work, the skulls have openings, entrances and exists, suggesting a beginning to an end. The wolf like creature is one of our own creation, melding canine species with the elegance of a gazelle or horse. Their presence is both sinister and a display of beauty. Other motifs are simple recollections of what we have seen in our time in Tasmania.

With our juxtaposition of styles and concepts, we hope to create harmony within the work and turn conflicting ideas and energy into one force.

DAGGERS

Creature Creature's latest series of work is about bringing inward disposition to the surface with a demonstration of high intensity and romantic drama.

Illustrating the internal with outward displays of armoury, weapons, creatures and colours. Symbolic representations of fortitude.

Visual style and motifs comes from both a past and future aesthetics resulting in a series of characters, and sense of narrative and mythology: stories of new/old heroes and superpowers.  

The finale to our RedBubble residency, series of 13 works shown along side the other two residents of this program. No Vacancy Project space, Federation Square.
View some of the works available on various products 

Our third Solo show was held at No Vacancy QV in Melbourne CBD with our good mate Joshua Smith on board as curator. We had a great experience with him for our very first show at his renowned Espionage Gallery and this proved to be just as fantastic if not more.
Here is the event page!

 

An installation at Ruffian Gallery!

'Ruffian's first 2014 event will kick off oh-so-suavely presenting 'Akin' by artists 'CREATURE/CREATURE' who will be painting their big, bright and kickass creatures running amok on Ruffs interior walls. '
6 pm, 7th feb at 361 Barkly street, Footscray

Our work was in Revolver, a giant piece on the wall.

'Coming up on Saturday 2nd of November we are excited to have the duo Creature Creature come down and paint and draw our November posterwall live! 
The piece is called 'Dead dreams' and will utilise a printed backdrop combined with the live drawn elements in their distinctive style. It all kicks off at 6pm so come down grab a bite to eat at Colonel Tan's, have a few drinks and listen to some tunes from Rex and Booshank as Creature Creature do their thing.'

Our second solo show 'Bruiser'! Thanks for the support, we raised funds for our trip to NYC in August.

The Exhibition launched CHAOTIC GALLERY in Melbourne.
CHAOTIC GALLERY is a new gallery in the heart of Windsor (down a lively cobblestone Laneway running between Union Street and Green Street). This Laneway already features some of Melbourne's 'best Street Art' and is dedicated to supporting established and emerging Street Artists from Melbourne and beyond.

The Gallery is owned and run by Anne & Wayne Tindall with David Russell as Curator.
“BRUISER” by Creature Creature will feature a bold new series of artwork revolving around combatants, duellist and the fighting spirit. Many of the pieces are portraiture inspired by historical female warriors.

This new body of work stays true to the style of Creature Creature, blending street art, illustration and design, with concepts of duality, east meets west, and the natural world. As well as many appearances from their alter egos. Dragon and Unicorn!

Creature Creature's first solo show was a great success! Over 25 works sold! 

Big thanks to everyone supporting us.


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A group show at BSG with other illustrators/artists in Nov 2012. Curated by Cameron Brideoake, Creature Creature's housemate and friend. 



A show with Cameron Brideoake at BSG in 2012
"Cameron Brideoake and CREATURE CREATURE (Ambrose and Chanel) have collaborated to put on their latest show entitled NO FACE at Brunswick Street Gallery. From collaborative works on wood, to paintings, prints and skateboard decks, this show promises to be unforgettable.
If you saw some of Cameron, Ambrose and Chanel’s entries in the BSG Small Works exhibition recently, now is your chance to see a whole show of their work."
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