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New South Wales
Contemporary Gallipoli 2015

Contemporary Gallipoli 2015

Contemporary Gallipoli 2015 is an intercultural group exhibition exploring, interpreting and reflecting upon the Allied Gallipoli Campaign in Turkey within the context of marking the centenary. The exhibition takes into account both retrospective and contemporary perspectives reimagined, embedded within those histories and culture[s].

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ISEA 2013 - Helen Pynor and Peta Clancy

19th International Symposium of Electronic Art , ISEA 2013

Exhibition dates: 8 June - 14 July 2013

Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

500 Harris St, Ultimo

Sydney, Australia

Helen Pynor and Peta Clancy are showing video documentation of their recent heart perfusion performances at ISEA2013 – 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art.  

The work forms part of the ‘Synapse' exhibition showcasing outcomes of a selection of the Synapse Art-Science residencies commissioned by the Australian Network for Art and Technology over the last 10 years.

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Clean Room - Uri Auerbach

Exhibition dates: June 13 - 29

Gaffa Gallery

281 Clarence Street

Sydney, 2000.

Uri Auerbach is an Australian multimedia artist, working in photography, installation, video and sculpture.  Clean Room is a conceptual installation work, exploring the way people use gas to attract, repel or destroy others. Clean Room consists of an empty, white painted brick room and an array of four automatic air fresheners (aerosol fragrance dispensers), which participants can enter and leave through a single door.  The installation deliberately creates a space for the evocation of feelings and emotions through the olfactory senses, in turn provoking the imagination via those emotions. 

 

Recycled Dreaming

3 Oct  - 31 Oct 2012

Group exhibition including Time & Vision artist, Nicole Ellis.  Recycled Dreaming.

Cross Art Books - Drawing Room

Solo Exhibition: Helen Pynor, 'The Life Raft'
27 Oct - 26 Nov 2012

Helen Pynor solo exhibition.  Works explore the temporal nature of existence and the sometimes intricate traces we leave behind.

Fauvette Loureiro Exhibition

10 Oct - 19 Oct 2012

Helen Pynor will be exhibiting as one of 5 finalists in the Fauvette Loureiro Artists Travelling Scholarship at Sydney College of the Arts.  Fauvette Loureiro Artists Travelling Scholarship worth $28,000, enables international professional development.

For the Fauvette Loureiro exhibition Pynor will be showing a new version of her collaborative work with Peta Clancy, 'The Body is a Big Place' which explores organ transplantation.

Victoria
transit

transit

Until April 26 2014
Arts Space Wodonga

The international travelling exhibition 'transit' brings together the work of four Australian interdisciplinary artists; Stephen Copland, Meredith Brice, Colin G. Reaney and Karee S. Dahl; who have recently lived and worked in the United Arab Emirate of Sharjah.  The exhibition displays the four artists’ immersion and exploration of the concept of home, identity and relationship to place.

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Photographs Arranged in Series
Sep 28 – Oct  20 2012

Curated by Time & Vision artist, Anne Ferran - Sara Oscar and Justine Varga, Photographs Arranged in Series

Solo Exhibition: Michelle Ussher

Opening 6 Oct

Solo exhibition, works by Michelle Ussher at KALIMANRAWLINS.

South Australia
Australian Ceramics Triennale: Subversive Clay

7 Sept- Oct 20 2012

As part of Subversive Clay, the Australian Ceramics Triennale, JamFactory’s Ceramics Creative Director Prue Venables selects a showcase of exciting new and leading Australian Ceramic Artists, featuring the works of:Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Louise Boscacci, Amy Kennedy, Susan Robey, Helen Fuller, Bruce Nuske and Sandy Lockwood

Queensland
Michael Doolan: Between Wishes and Fears

3 Nov - 24 Nov 2012

Michael Doolan is a Melbourne-based sculptor, whose work is inspired by fairytales and popular culture. 

Between Wishes and Fears recalls the dark undertow of traditional childhood narrative and immerses the viewer in Disney’s clichéd, phantasmagoria.