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Down the Line

Arts Access Victoria (AAV) invites you to view artist Adam Knapper’s ‘Down the Line’ project.  This online exhibition of drawings seeks to connect people during the Covid-19 pandemic.

A drawing of many ribbons entwined, forming two spheres frozen in mid-air.

Adam Knapper ‘Down the Line’, pencil on paper, 2020.

You can visit this exhibition online

‘Down the Line’ is a series of pencil drawings of interlocking ribbon forms. The entangled ribbons become a maze that can be followed and unravelled by the eye. For Adam, the project aims to “connect people in the current situation of self-isolation. The ribbon drawings represent the interconnectedness. Although we are physically distanced, there is an inherent connection we share through the experience of Covid-19 and the possible stresses on mental health.”

This project is supported by Yarra City Arts and Arts Access Victoria.

Adam Knapper is a Melbourne-based visual artist. He paints and draws as a way of unravelling and revealing the layers and complexities of the human experience. Adam has exhibited widely across Melbourne, with five solo and over 40 group exhibitions. He has received several awards, and his artworks are represented in public and private collections. Adam is a founding member of AAV’s Nimbus studio and accesses the AAV mentorship program. For more information about Adam’s work, please visit his website.

Please contact AAV Creative Producer Geoff Robinson at or on (03) 9699 8299 (voice only)