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Gutters & Spares

27.11.2013-14.12.2013 Tully Moore

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Too Real

27.11.2013-14.12.2013 Trevelyan Clay

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Beta Minus

06.11.2013-23.11.2013 Tahi Moore A fractured analogue of the impossibility of remaking Alphaville. The unavailability of something being itself, in spite of what my mind might insist. Going to a party that no one remembers. The underlying structure of  something, at the point where it has to loop back on itself.

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THINGS THAT ARE THE SAME ARE THE SAME EVERYWHERE

06.11.2013-23.11.2013 Andrew Liversidge

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just for now

30.10.2013-02.11.2013 Sam George just for now comes together in its entirety once only for the opening night (6-8 pm Wednesday the 30th October). A sound work ripping-off a popular teen drama theme tune (in the saddest, most beautiful way) jammed into the corner of the gallery. Two people acting out a conversation amongst the opening attendance. Lingering for [...]

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FROM THE DESK OF

09.10.2013-26.10.2013 Simon Zoric  

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HIGGS BOSON

09.10.2013-26.10.2013 Anna Higgins Taking influence from quantum physics and the Large Hadron Collider, Higgs boson takes the form of a series of plywood, vinyl, steel and glass sculptures that collage together imagery and forms. They utilise an extensive range of sources including science fiction, cubist sculpture, laboratories, set design and found cinematic stills. The collection [...]

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SIERPINSKI MOUNTAIN

18.09.2013-05.10.2013 Nicole Breedon The Sierpinski triangle, named after the Polish Mathematician, is an example of mathematical perfection; it is the simplest form of fractal, appearing the same at any viewing distance. A mountain above the tree-line echoes the Sierpinski fractal; the result of eons of tiny tectonic shifts, heaving the earth up from underneath, forming the mountain into [...]

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PART TWO. SOFT EYES

18.09.2013-05.10.2013 Milli Jannides | Rebecca Joseph | S.T. Lore | Tahi Moore | Sean Peoples Curated by Pip Wallis A two-part exhibition on determined indeterminacy. Making a case for intuitive practice as a resolute stance (rather than affect), post-intentionality plays out in two ways in Soft Eyes; as material process and as narrative fragment. Part One Soft [...]

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PART ONE. SOFT EYES

28.08.2013-14.09.2013 Rebecca Delange | Merryn Lloyd | Isadora Vaughan Curated by Pip Wallis A two-part exhibition on determined indeterminacy. Making a case for intuitive practice as a resolute stance (rather than affect), post-intentionality plays out in two ways in Soft Eyes; as material process and as narrative fragment. Part One Soft Eyes includes work by artists who use [...]

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Presque vu

28.08.2013-14.09.2013 Hamish M Macdonald Presque vu is a new solo show by Hamish Macdonald that works around scenography, material arrangement and staged photography. Presented are large photographic images of debased sets, obfuscatory enactments and constructed scenes. In these sculpted events, figure and object interlink ambient space and time like a nuanced dramaturge.  

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Never Eat Soggy Weet-Bix

7.08.2013-24.08.2013 Ben Terakes | Kenzee Patterson | Samuel Villalobos | Will French The mnemonic device ‘Never Eat Soggy Weet-Bix’ is a well loved Australian vernacular used to help remember the four points of a compass. As always though, you need to know where you are before you decide which way to go. The exhibition at [...]

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I can’t imagine how hard it must be to be you, adopting all your history its hard being me too

17.07.2013-03.08.2013 Christopher Sciuto (with work by Francis Sharp) “It feels as if the?world?is?perfect,?like?it’s never?gonna?end.” “We run things, Things don’t run we, we don’t take nothing from nobody. We can’t stop.” “I hate you and I hope you die.” I can’t imagine how hard it must be to be you, adopting all your history it’s hard being me too is an investigation into teen angst and [...]

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Linger

17.07.2013-03.08.2013 Georgina Criddle Linger responds to a corrugated roof structure that once covered the mysterious remains of a small house in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic. Through a variety of material investigations into glass and mirroring, Georgina Criddle has developed a series of works that search for certainty in the enigmatic with a focus on material [...]

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How to fold a fitted sheet

26.06.2013 – 13.07.2013 Jessie Bullivant

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DEAD HORSE

26.06.2013 – 13.07.2013 Lucina Lane. Daniel Petersen, Nellie Reinhard

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The Kenneth Biennale

06.06.2013 – 22.06.2013 Amy May Stuart, Caleb Shea, Charlie Sofo, Elizabeth Gower, Jack Hooper-Bell, Jessie Hall, Kenny Pittock, Minna Gilligan, Tom Polo, Toby Pola, Darren Munce   Recently 24 year old Melbourne artist Kenny Pittock realised that Venice rhymes with Kenneth “Well, sort of, if you kind of mumble when you’re saying it and you have a bit of a lisp like [...]

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Ev and Shags TCB residency and extended recording session

29.05.2013 – 30.05.2013 Ev and Shags TCB residency and extended recording session Ev and Shags is an ongoing improvisational exploration between Shags Chamberlain and Evelyn Morris. At TCB they’ll be spending lots of time performing to no-one or anyone, attempting to record some material and also enjoying making sound in a space that is often [...]

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__[ SCREENERY ]__

08.05.2013 – 25.05.2013 Oliver van der Lugt      

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Dear Darya

08.05.2013 – 25.05.2013 Daniel Stephen Miller    

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What Has (Has Not)

18.04.2013 – 04.05.2013 Brooke Babington | Christo Crocker | Eliza Dyball | Noriko Nakamura   What Has (Has Not) combines works that take lack as their generative impulse. By pointing indirectly toward their subjects, skirting the issue or avoiding the point, each artist speaks volumes about what is lacking and what has (has not) been done – the [...]

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Sometimes if you sit in the rain, a rich lady will come by in a limousine and take you home..

18.04.2013 – 04.05.2013 Dionisia Salas

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Janis

27.03.2013 – 13.04.2013 Lane Cormick  

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感情警備員ビザ

27.03.2013 – 13.04.2013 石垣徹 & ルーク・コーネリス・サンズ   感情警備員ビザ とは2012年3月から始動した継続的な試みです。現実と想像上で徹の永住権を得る方法を模索しつつ、その中で我々の存在を示していくものです。永住権取得をめざす中で、今現在とこれからの二人の(又は他の人々を含めた)間で交わされる様々な経験の全てが感情警備員ビザです。(但し、そこから生まれたものが必ずしも永住権取得と深く関係しているとはかぎりません。)

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Can’t quite pin it down

06.03.2013 – 24.03.2013 Fayen d’Evie | Suzie Idiens | Mia Kenway |Heidi Kozar | Fiona Morgan | Renne Jaeger   In Can’t quite pin it down  Mia Kenway, Fayen d’Evie, Heidi Kozar, Suzie Idiens, Renee Jaeger and Fiona Morgan each look at the various modes of abstraction that occur in art. Can’t quite pin it down  brings together a group, whom while [...]

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Hire a magician to speak on your behalf, he is a great entertainer and the audience is blown away.

13.02.2013 – 02.03.2013 David Egan | Reece York | Patrick Miller   The impending arrival of a professional startles the artists into shape. Snacks are hidden under exercise equipment, unrealised video works are stashed inside glossy Blu Ray cases, un-sent postcards are framed and mounted. The results of urgent-concept-board-meetings and cocktail fishing trips, a potpourri of [...]

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Smokescreen

24.01.2013 – 09.02.2013 Jeremy Eaton | Elizabeth Pedler

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