Jason Sims’ subject is perception. He endeavours to create work that is both experimental and
metaphysical where the broader theme of identity and purpose form the basis for this. In
particular Sims work is fuelled by an interest in the ways in which we construct meaning in our
Although still an emerging artist Sims has had considerable success in the first few years of his
career. Within or Without won the 2007 Helpman Award Graduate Show People’s Choice Award.
In 2010 Sims’ exhibited in the group show SafARI, an unofficial fringe event to the Sydney Biennial
of Contemporary Art, held at Firstdradt,and ArtBank acquired three of his pieces for their
collection. In 2011he was a finalist in the Tom Malone Prize, and in early September Sims held his
third solo show at A.P. Bond Aboriginal and Contemporary Art gallery in Adelaide.
Aeon Arts is launching with Jasons exhibition NOWHERE from 4pm, with an after show drinks and DJ from 6–8pm.
Project Five kicks off with the Retrospective Art Exhibition (1-25
March) giving new audiences the chance to take a look at past
Project Five artists and their works, all on display at a pop up
gallery at 47 George Street, The Rocks.
Audiences will get the chance to get up close and personal
with the artists and their brand new works at the Artists Talks,
a new addition to Project Five’s program. Jess Scully, Creative
Director of Creative Sydney, part of the Vivid Sydney Festival,
will lead the way as the four street artists talk through their
new works and their style on Monday 12 March at 11:00 am at
47 George Street.
Project Five finishes off with the Auction Event on Thursday 22
March (6-9 pm at the foyer of Cleland Bond) led by Anne Phillips,
head of art at Bay East Auctions.
Sticker packs available for free. Email me at email@example.com with your address & I will get them to you.
Had a friend from overseas here recently who thought it odd that Australian artists all repped the studios they worked from instead of crews but after going through BLACKBOOK you can see what the advantages of working together everyday in a studio can do to your street game. These boys are such a solid crew with an amazing amount of work under their collective belt. I’ve had a bit of a nap on this but late is better than never, Australia’s finest.