02.12.2015 – 19.12.2015 Dirk de Bruyn | Anna Higgins| Beth Caird | Luigi Fusinato This exhibition expands upon the history, approaches of experimental film and image making. Through speculative and abstract approaches the artists appropriate images to deal with trauma, confusion and nostalgia. The artists in this exhibition use personal imagery to demonstrate abstract ideals and idiosyncratic perspectives. [...]
02.12.2015 – 19.12.2015 Aaron Christopher Rees 1/60 sec; f/5.0 is a site-specific revisualization of space through photographic and software technologies. The world is encountered through the black mirror, unfolding to reveal the uncanny horror occurring as machines begins to see the world (be)for us. Video is a new human vision; it marks the end of [...]
11.11.2015 – 28.11.2015 Tim Price | Jessie Boylan Painter Tim Price and photographer Jessie Boylan come together for Daily life of actions – in this investigation into environmental activist communities in Australia. Price’s paintings of activism and the daily life of actions -or actions of daily life- are like a fantasy world; everything is highly [...]
11.11.2015 – 28.11.2015 Alice McIntosh | Lorilee Yang Sundries is an exhibition by Alice McIntosh and Lorilee Yang that examines how we create when there is already so much in the world. In the midst of the nonsense and noise that one is faced with on an everyday basis we find ways of digesting and [...]
21.10.2015 – 07.11.2015 Iakovos Amperdis| Consuelo Cavaniglia| Scott Donovan| Alex Gawronski | Shane Haseman| IRWIN (Slovenia)| LAIBACH (Slovenia)| Mike Parr | Jelena Telecki | Justene Williams | et al. (NZ) Curated by Iakovos Amperidis and Alex Gawronski Black Square – 100 years (1913-1915) – is the sequel to the first incarnation of this exhibition curated by Alex Gawronski and Iakovos Amperidis at the AEAF Adelaide in 2013 (www.blacksquare100.wordpress.com). [...]
30.09.2015 – 17.10.2015 Simon Faithful (UK) | April Gertler (US) | IEPE (NL) | Melanie Irwin (AUS) | Richard Rocholl (DE) Curated by Conny Becker (DE) Coordinated by Melanie Irwin (AUS) This exhibition will bring together five diverse experimental approaches, using a range of media, to explore the potential of a fundamental artistic gesture the drawn line and its relationship with human movement through the city [...]
30.09.2015 – 17.10.2015 Michael G.F. Prior Impractical Furniture is a new collection of works that compose motion, sound and light. Like a living room furnished with misconceived Autoprogettazione, the appearance of each component suggests some familiar utility without ever disclosing a clear function. This is an autonomous furniture, free to play. Applying aleatoric method to [...]
09.09.2015 – 26.09.2015 Fergus Binns Possibly etc is an exhibition of work, which employs the language of abstraction. Using pencils, pens, textas, water colour and most predominately paint, they follow on from work I made in Central Australia in mid 2014. What sets these apart is the investment into them. The works are a lot more [...]
09.09.2015 – 26.09.2015 Dan Peter Petersen Excessive Convenience is an exhibition of kinetic sculpture text pieces that display both symmetry and repetition, continuing Petersen’s interest in ‘the moving still image’.These sculptural text pieces are palindromic, activated by repetitive mechanical oil paint loaded strokes. The works attempt a sort of predictability in their ongoing mechanical oscillation, echoed [...]
22.08.2015 – 29.08.2015 TCB FUNDRAISER OPENING 4 – 8 PM | SATURDAY 22 AUGUST Please click here to download TCB fundraiser catalogue Established in 1998, TCB art inc. has been dedicated to providing a space where young, emerging and established artists alike have the artistic freedom to explore, experiment and take risks within their practices. A substantial rent increase [...]
29.07.2015 – 15.08.2015 David Mutch David Mutch presents two new projects in his forthcoming solo exhibition at TCB art inc. Fluorescent Composition VI is a site-specific continuation of a series that harnesses flickering fluorescent light material. A video and light installation transform the 7Eleven glare of the TCB fluoro array into something more meditative. Infinite [...]
A selection of artists I want to fuck presented at TCB artinc between the 29th July and 15th August 2015
29.07.2015 – 05.08.2015 Jake Preval A Selection of Artists… explores the correlation between my sexual desire and my artistic practice. For the show I have invited 7 babes to each lend me a work of their choosing that I will then display. Once installed the show will provide an abstract map of my own filthy [...]
29.07.2015 – 05.08.2015 tarab (Eamon Sprod) | Curated by Aneta Trajkoski Threshold is a newly curated platform for sound artists to realize projects in curious spaces outside the gallery context. Threshold seeks to renegotiate artistic practices that sit beyond the lexicon of the gallery and perceptions of exhibition formats. The first in this series sees Melbourne artist [...]
08.07.2015 – 25.07.2015 Briony Galligan | Rosie Isaac Briony Galligan and Rosie Isaac have developed two performance works in parallel. The performances will take place simultaneously; the sets, props and scripts will continue to exist in proximity. They risk confusing, interrupting and disagreeing with one another. They also risk never meeting at all.
08.07.2015 – 25.07.2015 Isabelle Sully In 1973 when Whitlam bought Blue Poles The Herald ran a cover story with the heading ‘Would you pay $1.3 million for this?’ Below it sat a large reproduction of Pollock’s painting and an accompanying tag line stating: ‘Here it is for your wall, your Herald souvenir of Australia’s controversial [...]
17.06.2015 – 07.07.2015 Raafat Ishak Raafat Ishak has recently completed a PhD at Monash University, spent 3 months in Paris not long before that, and is currently teaching at VCA. Recent exhibitions include Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, 2014, Apnea, Sutton Gallery and Maria (in collaboration with Lisa Radford), Incidents Above a Bar, both [...]
17.06.2015 – 07.07.2015 Milli Jannides (NZ) The zig-zag trail is a group of new oil paintings by Milli Jannides. These paintings pick up on threads of imagery she has left behind her (or ahead?) and, like clues discovered and then forgotten again, together they lead the way. The easiest way to climb a mountain is the [...]
28.05.2015 – 13.06.2015 Damiano Bertoli This exhibition has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
06.05.2015 – 23.05.2015 Ronnie van Hout A life-size mannequin (of the artist) dressed as a punk standing on a ‘bed’. A collaborative video work, with Kalinda Vary and Ronnie van Hout. This video is a documentation of the two artists pillow fighting each other. This exhibition has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia [...]
06.05.2015 – 23.05.2015 Kalinda Vary now go over there and stand on that chair takes direction from sex-research and sex-instruction manuals. Thinking about – Nothing in particular, flip-flop, inside-out doll. Scales slime and hair. The Penetrator (1967). Either or. Look closely, you will get side-tracked. One mind, two-directions. Kalinda Vary completed a Bachelor of Fine Art, [...]
06.05.2015 – 23.05.2015 Aodhan Madden Lapping the horizon an edge reached falling from a skyscraper never built building a body from dust like extracting coins from blood flowing through metal moving money seeing the Earth in a second and stoning the sea dead even though ‘water finds its own level’ and water never breaks and [...]
15.04.2015 – 02.05.2015 Andrew Long The city is a network of images arranged with no apparent logic other than that of advertising and promotion. This is your opportunity to enhance and decorate any environment or setting with high impact graphics. You can print images and promotional graphics direct to doors and walls suitable for offices, showrooms, sports clubs, kid’s rooms, [...]
15.04.2015 – 02.05.2015 Eugene Carchesio (AU) | Vishal Jugdeo (USA) | Mike Richards (USA) | Tyza Stewart (AU) Curated by Laura Brown A ballet shoe stands en pointe. In 19 seconds its ribbon is pulled loose and slowly the foot slumps downward. This exhibition tips off from that point. Previously, a show with three artist-duos happens in a small gallery in Los Angeles. [...]
25.03.2015 – 11.04.2015 Eric Demetriou It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. – Groucho Marx This exhibition has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
25.03.2015 – 11.04.2015 Evan Morgan Grahame An exhibition showing Evan Morgan Grahame’s recent work. These paintings on cardboard and polystyrene continue his long-standing interest in the intricacy and subtlety of materials. Evan Morgan Grahame studied at The Victorian College of the Arts, graduating in 2013. He has exhibited in Melbourne and Sydney, and works almost exclusively within [...]
05.03.2015 – 21.03.2015 Isadora Vaughn This exhibition has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
05.03.2015 – 21.03.2015 ELLA & DAWN Large book no one can afford, that no one can pick up. A page, paper, peeling, freezing; a frieze around a dark room. Moving along a theme, touching the ears of the sun, a cool blue light, an empty lecture theatre with a vacant mic. Rest for a moment [...]