Carmel Wallace July 1 – July 30

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Colony 4 “I am interested in exploring the resonance of repurposed materials and the impact of multiples as compositional elements. For this installation I have woven beach-found fishing ropes to create a colony of enigmatic forms. My inspiration comes largely … Read More

Stretch: February / March, 2016

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Stretch Michael Brennan, Craig Easton and Aaron Martin Arrangements of space and arrangements in space are shared interests in the practices of Brennan, Easton and Martin. The second intimate juxtaposition of these three artists’ works, Stretch approaches the exhibition as an interwoven … Read More

Julia Silvester: November 2015

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  November 1 to November 28 Julia Silvester’s work explores the ways that colonial Australian history has been represented.  Using early colonial Australian images and texts, the artist creates her own version of an Australian landscape. Through a process of collaging and cloning, … Read More

Amanda Airs: September 2015

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Scenic Tweak In her work Amanda Airs uses colour, line and angles found in the Australian landscape to create large disorientating abstract installations. By exaggerating these elements (using repetition and hi-key tones) she is able to create strong optical effects … Read More

Louise Skačej: August 2015

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Louise Skačej’s sculptural practice is an explorational journey through the architecture of the natural world. It examines the intercept between interior and exterior landscapes, the physical and the emotional, the documented and the imagined, the stroma and parenchyma of the … Read More

Aly Aitken: May 18 – June 6 2015

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  From the Brothers Grimm ‘…in a place made of twilight, full of things that fall between one day and the next, a Bunker was built . The Bunker could withstand all intruders and conversations, it contained the requisite escape tunnels … Read More