Tai Snaith: A World of One’s Own

Tai Snaith’s ongoing project ‘A World of One’s Own’, now in its third year comprises the material outcomes and studio-based works, which follow a series of podcast conversations with artists Megan Cope, Sanné Mestrom, Stanislava Pinchuk and Esther Stewart, to name a few. The premise of each chat is, as the 1929 essay by author Virginia Woolf articulated, to allow space for ideas to seed and a sense of self, or as the gallery suggests ‘attempting to break down the how and why of making art.’

Tai Snaith, Open Book for A World of One’s Own, 2018, porcelain and paper. Photograph: Matthew Stanton. Courtesy the artist and Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria

Art Gallery of Ballarat
15 June to 4 August, 2019