kinetic art

Interview with Spook Magazine by Laura Woodward

Kinetic and Connected: The Art of Laura Woodward
Growing up on a farm, Laura Woodward was always around and interacting with machinery. “Making things is something we did a lot as kids,” she told SPOOK, and as a result, machinery and mechanisms have come to influence the Ballarat born Melbourne based artist who creates expansive kinetic installations.

This week I was interviewed by the lovely folk at Spook Magazine about art, process and my new work Writhe, opening next week at the Ararat Regional Art Gallery. You can read the full interview here.