So she said 2007


Enamel on plywood; acrylic on linen and canvas; framed watercolour and lead pencil on paper

180h x 220w x 220d cm overall

Collection: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney (2007)

Public collections:

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
2014
Daimler Art Collection, Berlin
2011
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
2007
University Art Museum, Brisbane
2001
University Art Museum, Brisbane
2001
Daimler Art Collection, Berlin
2001
University Art Museum, Brisbane
1999
University Art Museum, Brisbane
1999
Toowoomba Regional Gallery, Toowoomba
1998
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
1997
City Bank Collection, New York
1997
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
1996
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
1996
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
1996
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
1996
Griffith University, Brisbane
1995
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane
1995
Cruthers Collection of Women’s art, Perth
1994
BHP, Melbourne
1994
Monash University Collection, Melbourne
1993
Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
1993

Books:

The Missing Space Project

Six Interviews
Released: 14 October 2015

Introduction: David Raskin; Interviewed: Marianne StockebrandEgidio MarzonaDaniel MarzonaGregor StemmrichRichard ShiffRenate Wiehager; Background essay: Gail Hastings

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Missing

Four sculptuations by Gail Hastings
Released: 26 April 2014

Foreword: Richard Shiff; Artworks: Gail Hastings; Afterword: Amanda Rowell

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News:

04/10/2016 New website

A new website for Gail Hastings’ studio is now up and running.

Previous pages and information may be missing as data is still being entered.

02/01/2016 Review of The Missing Space Project in De Witte Raaf

Wouter Davidts reviews The Missing Space Project: Six Interviews in De Witte Raaf (volume 30, issue 178 (November–December 2015), p.25). Read review.

De Witte Raaf is a journal of critical essays and reviews on visual art published in the Netherlands.

Wouter Davidts is a Belgian academic based in Antwerp, who teaches in the Department of Architecture & Urban Planning and the Department of Art, Music and Theatre Sciences at Ghent University, with a forthcoming project entitled Larger than the Body: Size and Scale in Postwar American Art.

14/10/2015 The Missing Space Project released on iBooks

The Missing Space Project: Six Interviews was released today on iBooks.

Most regard phenomenological space made popular in the 1960s as the only type of space introduced by Minimal art. Few are aware of an alternate self-determined space made by the art, itself, that is a concrete, material space. An account of this space is missing.

The six interviews of The Missing Space Project debate the cause of this oversight.

To describe what one sees is fundamental to being aware of what one sees. Without a vocabulary with which to describe material space one, effectively, cannot see it.

The Missing Space Project explores the potential development of a vocabulary with which to describe the differentiated space of art since its emergence in the early 1960s.

Interviews are with: Marianne Stockebrand, Egidio Marzona, Daniel Marzona, Gregor Stemmrich, Richard Shiff and Renate Wiehager.

The Missing Space Project: Six Interviews is available today through iBooks at $4.99 (AUD).