Artist talk – Ian North & James TylorApril 10th, 2015
Ian North and James Tylor will be giving artist talks in the gallery at 3 pm, Sunday 26 April about their current exhibitions – East Antarctica 1915 and These are our objects. Join us for an interesting insight into their practices and work.
Ian North, East Antarctica 1915 no. 3, 2015
James Tylor, These are our objects (bong), 2015
IAN NORTH – profile by Christine NichollsApril 8th, 2015
Christine Nicholls has just published an extensive profile on IAN NORTH in The Conversation – a must read! Click here to read the article.
Ian’s exhibition East Antarctica 1915 is currently showing here at the Gallery until 26th April 2015.
image: Ian North, East Antarctica 1915 no. 11, 2015, charcoal on inkjet pigment print, unique work, c. 55 x 148cm
PETER ATKINS – Christchurch BiennialApril 8th, 2015
Congratulations to PETER ATKINS on his inclusion in the Christchurch Biennial!
SCAPE 8: New Intimacies curated by Rob Garrett New Zealand’s premier Biennial of art in public space.
In Christchurch between 3 October – 15 November 2015.
For more information, click here.
NASIM NASR: BLINC – Adelaide FestivalFebruary 27th, 2015
NASIM NASR’S video work Unveiling the Veil is included in BLINC which is part of the Adelaide Festival. BLINC will transform Elder Park and surrounds into a giant spectacular outdoor digital art gallery, every night of the festival.
BLINC is an exclusive survey of the very best international digital art. From large-scale projections to extraordinary laser works, building-mapping projects, and more intimate, interactive experiences, this cutting-edge selection displays astonishing feats of technical brilliance from some of the world’s best artists. BLINC will run from 27 February – 15 March 2015. For more information click here.
Nasim Nasr, Unveiling the Veil, 2010 (production still)
LOUISE HASELTON, JENNY WATSON and JOHN FOUBISTER reviewed in Form GuideDecember 19th, 2014
In the current Form Guide Ken Bolton reviews Louise Haselton’s recent exhibition Outsides at AEAF. This Form Guide also includes reviews about our recent exhibitions at GAGPROJECTS – Jenny Watson’s I Woke up in France and specifically John Foubister’s work that was included in our end of year group exhibition. To read the reviews click here.
NASIM NASR in Video Void: Australian Video ArtNovember 19th, 2014
NASIM NASR’S work has been included in recent publication Video Void: Australian Video Art. The chaper about Nasim’s work is written by Anne Marsh and the book is edited by Matthew Perkins. The book will be launched on the 28th of November at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne as part of Experimenta’s 6th International Biennial of Media Art.
SANTIAGO SIERRA – Faurschou Foundation DenmarkNovember 6th, 2014
SANTIAGO SIERRA in collaboration with Jens Haaning presents ‘The Copenhagen Declaration’ a large installation that fills the Faurschou Foundation’s entire exhibition space. The work will be on show from 31 October – 2 February. For more information click here.
JAMES GEURTS – Gallery ZhulongNovember 5th, 2014
JAMES GEURTS’ recent exhibition Re-Surveying: Measuring Site has just concluded at Gallery Zhulong in Dallas, Texas. To read more about this fantastic exhibition click here.
Image: James Geurts, Drawing Psychogeography 9: Frozen St Lawrence River/Saguenay River, 2009, Chicoutimim Quebec, photographic print, edition of 6, 120 x 100cm
LOUISE HASELTON – Exhibition at AEAFOctober 24th, 2014
Louise Haselton’s latest exhibition Outsides is currently showing at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation. The exhibition continues on until 22 November. For more information click here.
image: installation image of Outsides at AEAF, 2014, photo credit: Alex Lofting
SALLY SMART – Major Public Art CommissionOctober 24th, 2014
Sally Smart’s 12 metre high public artwork Shadow Trees, commissioned by Lend Lease for the City of Melbourne has just been installed at the new Buluk Park and Library at the junction of Bourke and Collins Street, in Docklands Melbourne, Australia. For more images and information about this project click here.
(photo credit Fred Kroh)