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Dreamless

03.12.2014-.20.12.2014 Hao Guo Hello, I am seeking your assistance to construct an art-object for my exhibition at TCB art inc. I require this assistance, as I will be in Beijing for the run of the show. You will be paid for your work with a token drink of your choice (as long as it’s beer or wine) [...]

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I have to walk home the long way to avoid seeing the ghost

03.12.2014-.20.12.2014 Noriko Nakamura I have to walk home the long way to avoid seeing the ghost investigates the boundary between the physical and spiritual. Nakamura experiments with the transformational potential of materials in order to explore the relationship that exists between humans and the material world. Noriko Nakamura completed a Fine Art Foundation Diploma at [...]

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Re-raising Consciousness

13.11.2014-.29.11.2014 Katherine Hattam | Harriet Morgan |  Fayen d’Evie In the late 1960s, consciousness-raising groups sprung up, first in New York, then quickly spreading across the United States and beyond. In apartments and suburban living rooms, women met to discuss their personal experiences and, through hearing and speaking out individual stories of conflict and oppression, came to recognise systemic patterns. [...]

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Instant Replay

13.11.2014-.29.11.2014 Avni Dauti Instant Replay subjects the scoreboard of Waverley Park (aka VFL Park). The video scoreboard was installed in 1982, and forgotten by the public after the oval become defunct in 2002. It was the first video scoreboard to feature in an Australian sport venue. The scoreboard revolutionised the narrative of the game and the match-day experience, in addition [...]

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Boundaries

22.10.2014-.09.11.2014 Julia Gorman For Julia Gorman’s show “Boundaries”, she has produced a group of 20 or so small but intense paintings on boards. The paintings contain awkward juxtapositions of mis-matched areas, as if several paintings are being forced to coexist within the same work. When seen they should come together as a dynamic and confusing, [...]

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Read

22.10.2014-.09.11.2014 Lucina Lane LATHER RINSE REPEAT. LATHER RINSE REPEAT. LATHER RINSE REPEAT. LATHER RINSE REPEAT. 4 NEW PAINTING.S READ. AN EXHIBITION. BY LUCINA LANE. Lucina Lane was born in Melbourne in 1991. Lucina Lane’s work has recently been included in exhibitions at Sydney Non-Objective, TCB art inc, Gertrude Contemporary, Margaret Lawrence, 3 Little Oxford St [...]

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BENGLIS 73/74

01.10.2014-.18.10.2014 Philip Brophy | Robert Mapplethorpe | Cosey Fanni Tutti | John Meade | The Kingpins | Lyndal Walker & Concettina Inserra | Rohan Wealleans | Fiona Macdonald and Thérèse Mastroiacovo Curated by Geoff Newton Neon Parc is proud to present the new exhibition !Benglis 73 / 74″ in conjunction with TCB Art Inc. and [...]

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You Do Something To Me

10.09.2014-.27.09.2014 Leannee Hermosilla Leanne Hermosilla graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Elam School of Fine Art, University of Auckland NZ in 2007, a Master of Visual Art from the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne in 2011 and is currently undertaking a Ph.D at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice [...]

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Various Limitations

10.09.2014-.27.09.2014 Charles O’Loughlin Charles O’Loughlin’s practice reclaims the information produced by living as a method to generate visual form. O’Loughlin records, catalogues and archives the routine and demands of daily life. Social relationships, places, actions and feelings are treated with detached analytical methodology. The resulting inventory is quantified and the numerical results used to determine form Charles O’Loughlin lives and [...]

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N + n

20.08.2014-.06.09.2014 Julian Aubrey Smith · I invited other artists to create objects that became the subjects of my paintings. · I bastardised a process invented by Jean Lescure in 1961 called S + 7; I call my version N + n. · I used N + n to generate a companion piece for each painting. [...]

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Settle

20.08.2014-.06.09.2014 Adam John Cullen  Settle is the result of materials moving through space, being extracted, exchanged and transported from factories and refineries around the globe, from port to port and shop to shop. At one point or another they were bought, found, gifted or stolen by Adam and taken to his studio where they were [...]

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DEEP TIME

31.07.2014-16.08.2014 Sarah croWEST | Andy Hutson | Susan Jacobs | David Mutch | Ross Taylor Deep Time is a term employed to describe the unfathomable depths of the earth’s geological history. It presumes the mind’s incapacity to grasp the concept of geological eras – sometimes hundreds of millions of years in length – and so substitutes a measurement with a metaphor. [...]

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Their destiny is ruined

9.07.2014-26.07.2014 Kah Bee Chow | Campbell Patterson Curated by Julia Lomas | Leah MulgrewTheir destiny was ruined explores the televisual artifact as a narrative fragment. The works by New Zealand artists Kah Bee Chow and Campbell Patterson create fictional objects that reference the decor of popular television serials. Following a collaborative project at Dog Park Art [...]

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Art House

9.07.2014-26.07.2014 Tash Madden Art House is a solo exhibition by Natasha Madden that presents paintings ‘at home’ in their domestic environment. Surrounded by photographs, clothes, pets, furniture and other artworks, the paintings become absorbed into everyday life.

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Painting

18.06.2014-05.07.2014 Renee Cosgrave Renee Cosgrave will be showing recent abstract paintings. A catalogue will be for sale to coincide with exhibition, designed by Warren Taylor and an essay by Bryan Spier. Renee Cosgrave lives and works in Melbourne. In 2009 she completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) at Monash University. Recent solo exhibitions include: ‘Canvas – Board Paintings’, [...]

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Same Old Words

18.06.2014-05.07.2014 Sharon Goodwin For the installation Same Old Words, Goodwin has constructed from plywood and then painted a moldering medieval sword. However, being impossibly long, (around 50 metres) the sword must bend and twist; lying discarded and mangled to fit into the space of gallery two. Sharon Goodwin is a Melbourne based artist that has shown extensively both in [...]

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Thunder In Aspic

28.05.2014-14.06.2014 Lewis Fidock The self titled, privately issued LP Flat Static was recorded in Reservoir, Melbourne in 1985. Apart from sharing the recognisably ‘Australian’ experimental sound of the late 70s through to the late 80s which came to proliferate and define labels such as Cleopatra, Innocent, M Squared, Larrikin and Jarra Hill Records to name [...]

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Practice

28.05.2014-14.06.2014 Georgina Criddle | Christopher LG Hill | Nell May | Adam Parata Curated by Anna Parlane The word ‘practice’ can equally be a verb or a noun. We practice tasks in order to achieve proficiency. On the other hand, a practice, whether that of an artist, architect, lawyer or doctor, is an established set of [...]

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Mijacogeo

07.05.2014-24.05.2014 Agatha Gothe-Snape | Shane Haseman | Andrew Long | Evan Morgan Grahame | Isabelle Sully Curated by Ry Haskings Poster_High Street_Haseman  

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Best Friend, Worst Friend

07.05.2014-24.05.2014 Kieren Seymour

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House Lights

16.04.2014-03.05.2014 Tim Woodward Tim Woodward completed a Bachelor of Fine Art Visual Art [Hons. 1] Queensland University of Technology in 2006 and recently completed the Salzburg Summer Academy – History + Images with Peter Friedl in 2012. His recent Solo Exhibitions have included: Ring Around The Dowser – F.A.K 13 | Geomuseum, Münster; A black line wriggling [...]

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Embankment

16.04.2014-03.05.2014 Virginia Overell Embankment is concerned with ways of thinking about the sea. Water maybe from the Southern Ocean, the Pacific Ocean or the Indian Ocean via the Tasman Sea comes into Bass Strait then into Port Phillip Bay. Two 15 litre bottles are filled at Edithvale Beach and moved inland to China Town. Virginia Overell completed [...]

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Versions

26.03.2014-12.04.2014 Dane Lovett

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SPIRAL JETTY AT KFC

26.03.2014-12.04.2014 Clementine Edwards

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NOT ALL BY ME

05.03.2014-22.03.2014 Vivienne Binns I’ve been using up materials and things left over from years of earlier work, and I’ve made small works for a long time. Most of those in Not All By Me, are like mind blisters which pop and release their load. When they happen, anything may occur but there is nothing that’s [...]

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seeds are borne on wispy silken tufts

05.03.2014-22.03.2014 Kate Meakin

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Pavilion

12.02.2014-01.03.2014 Curated by David Homewood Featuring Matthew Benjamin, Matt Hinkley, Merryn Lloyd, Lizzy Newman, John Nixon, Luke Sands  

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