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Past Event

Nadia Odlum


1 Apr - 18 Apr
Nadia Odlum

Nadia Odlum

This Easter, HOTA has teamed up with artist Nadia Odlum to create a rolling delight of surprise and chance!

Taking place on a grassy slope, Roll is a site-specific interactive artwork featuring a network of repurposed PVC pipes and colourful plastic balls. Visitors can harness the playfulness of gravity and creativity in an unexpected encounter of chance and connection.

With its urban-inspired aesthetic and patterns and possibilities, Roll is simple and joyous and responds to the spirit of play through curiosity and delight.

1 Apr - 18 Apr
Outdoor Stage Lawn
Installation view of artwork credit - Document Photography


Nadia Odlum
Nadia OdlumBorn Sydney, 1991. She/they.

Nadia Odlum is a multidisciplinary artist from Sydney, Australia. Driven by a fascination with urban environments, Odlum creates playful and immersive works that explore personal and collective experiences of space and urban architecture.

Odlum often works site-specifically, with a practice that spans sculpture, drawing, painting, installation, artist-led workshops and performance collaborations. The works are inspired by movement, patterns and forms within the built environment, mirroring and abstracting these elements to form new spatial and material relationships. Central to Odlum's practice is an investigation of perceptual experience, and how urban space impacts upon encounters and relationships between individuals and communities.

Odlum’s work has been shown in galleries and public spaces around the world. These include exhibitions at the Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and New York Transit Museum, as well as public art commissions for Urban Art Projects and Kaldor Public Art Projects.

Bio Image photo credit - Jacquie Manning, courtesy of Parramatta Artists' Studios
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HOTA proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.