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Untitled (from Soft Opening), 2014
Archival pigment print, 420 x 297 mm



Perfect Winged Eyeliner Tutorial, 2014
Digital video
featuring Anna Crews


Doubting Thomas (Torn), 2014
Archival pigment print, 841 x 584 mm


from En Suite, 2014
Ikea shelf, Ikea frame, candle, flowers, minilab print
with Anna Crews
Exhibited at Fort Delta


Untitled for Parallelograms and Finger, both 2013
Installation picture from Ambients at Peninsula Art Space, Brooklyn
Photographed by Cameron Blaylock

Oh, Thomas!, 2014
Pigment print on stretched canvas, 297 x 210 mm


Oh, Thomas! (detail), 2014
Pigment print on stretched canvas, 297 x 210 mm


Doubting Thomas (Untorn), 2014
Archival pigment print, 594 x 420 mm


Doubting Thomas (Untorn) (detail), 2014
Archival pigment print, 594 x 420 mm


Hand and Glove, 2014
Pigment print on foamcore, 594 x 420 mm


Doubting Thomas (Torn), 2014
Archival pigment print, 594 x 420 mm


Doubting Thomas (Torn) (detail), 2014
Archival pigment print, 594 x 420 mm
"En Suite is an exhibition of collaborative works by Aiden Morse and Anna Crews. Aesthetically recalling a bathroom, the show examines the tensions inherent in domestic commitment. His-and-hers towels, a Better-Homes-and-Gardens-style still life and swollen exfoliating gloves combine to evoke a choreographed domesticity. Through En Suite, the artists question their potential (and terrifying) future as a couple."

Collaboration with Anna Crews
Shown at Fort Delta, Melbourne, 20 March to 25 April, 2014
Download a copy of the catalogue here.


from En Suite, 2014
Ikea shelf, Ikea frame, candle, flowers, minilab print


from En Suite, 2014
Archival pigment print with eyelets, 420 x 297 mm


from En Suite, 2014
Ikea shelf, exfoliating gloves, rubber gloves, water


from En Suite, 2014
Embroidered towels, towel rails


from En Suite (detail), 2014
Embroidered towels, towel rails


from En Suite, 2014
Archival pigment print with eyelets, 420 x 297 mm
Residency and exhibition in a temporary space, South Wharf, November 1 - 10, 2013.

The internet has introduced new ways for artists to create, exhibit and distribute their work. For the audience and art communities it provides a new context for the perception of art. Surfers' Paradise will explore the working process of Australian artists engaging with this new paradigm, with particular focus on cultural identity, materiality, aesthetics and the social function of their work.”
- Joe Hamilton, curator.

Residency website here.
ArtInfo article here.

Text on blue paper by Anna Crews.


Works made during Surfers Paradise, 2013
Fabric, chairs, three pigment prints, minilab print


Works made during Surfers Paradise (detail), 2013


Draped Still Life (Blue), 2014
Archival pigment print, 594 x 420 mm
Browser based work for Parallelograms.
Full video available for viewing here.




Two channel HD video, 24 channel audio
Screened at SIGNAL Melbourne, September 26 - November 4, 2013