Wide Open Road Art is an art space in Castlemaine, Victoria. Launched in 2015 by artists Helen Mathwin and Susie Elliott Wide Open Road Art consists of three glass-front cabinets on the corner of Mostyn and Hargraves Street in the centre of town.
Susie Elliott and Helen Mathwin have combined and individual art practices that focus on notions of connection and scale. In 2015 they founded Wide Open Road Art (WORA) as an extension of these practices, a way of performing and experimenting with connections between artists, curators and the public across varied distances, at a small (local) scale and at larger national and international scales. This interest in scale and connection has been informed by the impact of new technologies on the experience of distance and the concept of an Art Centre.
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