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Starring William Shatner as Curator

14.12.2011 – 17.12.2011 Stuart Ringholt Starring William Shatner As Curator 2010 portrays the working life of a curator in his daily adventures in space and other dimensions. Using appropriated footage from the popular television series, Spock and the Doctor are recast as Shatner’s assistant curators whilst other actors are recast as artists, curators and gallerists in a range [...]

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This is where you fold like a cheap suit

22.11.2011 – 10.12.2011 Brooke Babington This is where you fold like a cheap suit is a solo exhibition of works that consider the history of art and the attitudes that inform its contemporary production. Interrogating ideas of authenticity, sincerity and the contemporary incarnation of the artist as (anti-)hero, the works initiate a critical dialogue through sculpture, collage, painting [...]

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PLANTATION

22.11.2011 – 10.12.2011 Angela Brennan PLANTATION comprises a crop of sculptures that are vaguely totemic without any attached ritualism. The figures nod to natural phenomena. They are made from a range of materials: sticks, string, hessian, rocks, wood, banksia, silk and clay. They stand for nothing except themselves.   Angela Brennan is represented by Niagara [...]

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If loss could weigh

02.11.2011 – 19.11.2011 Christo Crocker | Susan Jacobs | Saskia Pandji Sakti | Daniel Price | Nathaniel Robinson (New York) If loss could weigh is a group exhibition that contemplates the idea of the negative, those un-seen and in-between places. The works trace these non- spaces through drawing, sculpture, photography and installation. Examining the nature of things by way [...]

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Personal Navigation Assistant

12.10.2011 – 29.10.2011 Personal Navigation Assistant’ is a group exhibition showcasing video works by 4 local and International artists. The exhibition was constructed with the Internet in mind, whereby the artists use it as a resource as well as a self-referential means to exhibit artwork. The artists bring together a range of collected material from advertisements, Podcasts, You Tube clips, and VHS footage [...]

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The Band, it makes no difference

12.10.2011 – 29.19.2011 Rohan Schwartz

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Trick

21.09.2011 – 08.10.2011 Anna Miller-Yeaman | Sam Barbour Trick utilised the  front space at TCB to enact an exercise in visual manipulation, through a series of objects, videos and coverings that examined the relationship between vision and the destabilizing capacities of the ‘false image’. Through the use of materials, colours and repetition of pattern, the artists’ aimed to test the [...]

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COUNTRY GRAMMAR

21.09.2011-08.10.2011  George Egerton-Warburton

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Mainly Everything

31.08.2011 – 17.09.2011 Ilia Rosli | Kate Meakin | Noriko Nakamura | Virginia Overall | Zoe Croggon Mainly Everything is a group exhibition brought together by artists with a mutual respect for each others individual practices. All artists have a passive approach to the media they work within and contain certain mannerisms in their work that is [...]

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ideally everything must proceed as if it happened accidentally

10.08.2011 – 27.08.2011 James Barnett | Lydia Wegner | Adelle Mills | Kate Meakin

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After the Deluge

20.07.2011 – 06.08.2011 Robert Creedon

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Your thoughts with external displays

20.07.2011 – 06.08.2011 Andrew Liversidge | Kate Mitchell | Kirsty Hulm Curated by Gillian Brown

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Plume

28.06.2011 – 16.07.2011 Richard Bryant (NZ) | Richard Frater (NZ)

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easy steps for effective pipe dreams

08.06.2011 – 25.06.2011 Ed McAliece  

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ipso oops

08.06.2011 – 25.06.2011 Matthew Greaves The video and sculptural works in ipso oops wryly explore the difference between the logical force and the material effect of an argument. A looped video of a vinyl chair free-falling from 14000 feet, a video in which a boom microphone falls into a swimming pool and relays the sounds of its [...]

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Deus ex Machina

18.05.2011 – 04.06.2011 James Eisen

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Irregular Manor

18.05.2011 – 04.06.2011 Fiona Morgan Fiona Morgan is the VCA graduate recipient of the 2010 Blair Trethowan TCB artinc. prize.

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HEINOUS ARMANI

27.04.2011 – 14.05.2011 Thomas Jeppe | Gian Manik

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poached egg

06.04.2011 – 23.04.2011 Josey Kidd-Crowe

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mantle

06.04.2011 – 23.04.2011 Lucy Berglund | Alanna Lorenzon

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Signs and Wonders

16.03.2011-02.04.2011 Quentin Sprague

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GOBLIN

16.03.2011-02.04.2011 Adam John Cullen | Grant Nimmo

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Threatening Environments

23.02.2011 – 12.03-2011 Ieuan Weinman Threatening Environments explores the idea of fixing of a place/location through the examination of its visual information and its various threads of information that accumulate/‘hang’ at chosen locations that one may pass through in a normal days travel through the city; laneways, underpasses, street corners, open park ways. Invariably a sense [...]

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Collections and that

23.02.2011 – 12.03-2011 Molly Cook

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ANOTHER YUMMY FANTASY II

02.02.2011 – 19.02.2011 Christopher LG Hill | Ash Kilmartin | Joshua Pethrick | Kate Smith | Alex Vivian | James Deutsher  a brief survey on some ideas behind Melbourne sculpture right now

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trololol

02.02.2011 – 19.02.2011 Agnes So (NZ) | Ahilapalapa Rands (NZ) For their project at TCB Gallery, Ahilapalapa Rands and Agnes So will present the gallery as a site in which the boundaries between performer and viewer are negotiated. Drawing on popular internet culture as a platform, the pair will engage with the spectacle of failure, [...]

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