OUT: Saturate at Love Love Studio

This dreary weather certainly isn't the biggest motivator, but last night we put our fear of getting wet aside in favour of dropping into the very humble Love Love Studio. It was the opening night of Saturate, an exhibition curated by Danica Larkin and Verity Elyse, with featured work stretching across the fields of projection, interactive installation, painting, and more.

Consistent to all the artwork was an exploration of the role of colour in the creative process and in shaping the finished product. Intense, vibrant and cheerful, it was the perfect potion to pick up our spirits after making the wet trek out to Tenneriffe. Our pick was the psychedelic texta feature that pulls you in as you walk through the door, spreading across a good handful of A3 pieces of paper, it took us right back to those car/gun constructing texta-connecting days of our childhood. Another favourite was the interactive peice hidden in the cave of the back room, which invited viewers to arrange magnetic lights that lit up when placed upon the walls.

Make sure you head down to Love Love before the exhibition closes next Sunday!

Tin / 22 / Barista at Espresso Garage  & Thomas / 21 / Engineering Student at UQ

1. What did you do today?
T - Worked, worked on music video; met the cast and camera. Also cooked dinner for the next few nights!
TH - Had a swim at the gym, watched music videos!

2. Last arts event you attended?
T - Schadenfreude, fashion theater screening organized by Moustache Magazine and The Violent Romantics.
TH - QCA honors exhibition.

3. Favourite part of tonight?
T - Interactive piece.
TH - Skye Williams.

4. Something you're looking forward to?
T - My EP launch.
TH - The Kooks at The Tivoli in May.

5. Biggest Fear?
T - I have two! Being buried alive and loneliness.
TH - Heights.