mka | fitzroy gardens pavilion
presents
 
 

 

Gobblin’

Sarah Seahorse + Sebastian Berto

Dazzling. Terrifying. Cannibalistic.

 

Gobblin’ is a temporary exhibition – and special one night only event – of preternatural art, victuals, and ritual. Immerse yourself in a glut of edible food sculptures, fantasy figure paintings, and diabolical live art.


Take heretic pleasure from the spectacular, the digestive, and the corporeal.

And take warning.

 

#ghastly #sensational #horrifying #tasteful

Sarah Seahorse is Melbourne’s neon saturated award-winning wearable artist, costume designer, milliner, and craftivist, specialising in art that creates strong social, environmental, and political commentary. She is passionate about diving and is often curating community workshops for sustainable wearable art.

 

Sebastian Berto (they/them) works as a graphic designer, illustrator and art-therapist and has a BA in animation and Interactive Media. They have facilitated interactive art spaces at the NGV and their collaborative illustrative work has been featured on Melbourne’s Art Trams, as part of the Melbourne Festival, also taking out the People’s Choice Award.

Details

General Exhibition

8-14 March

Venue
MKA’s Fitzroy Gardens Pavilion 

Directions
In Fitzroy Gardens, next to the Tudor Village and the Fairies Tree, near Clarendon Street. A 2 min walk from Jolimont Rail Station.

 

Credits

Lead Artists:

Sarah Seahorse  sarahseahorse.com.au/
Sebastian Berto  sebastianberto.tumblr.com/

Acknowledgments

MKA’s Fitzroy Gardens Pavilion aka The Pavilion at Fitzroy Gardens is managed by Creative Spaces, a program of the City of Melbourne