Exhibitions 2019

 

 

Mark Harvey: Drop the Ball

Mark Harvey: Drop the Ball

Drop the Ball is a collaborative live performance and exhibition project by local artist, Mark Harvey. This project brings artist Mark Harvey into collaboration with Woodlands Park Primary School's Year 5/6 students, who have invented sculptural forms to be used in a performance.

2 March – 19 May 2019  |  See exhibition detail

 

Blood Water Earth

Blood Water Earth

Blood Water Earth is an immersive video installation and ceramic display arising out of an international Indigenous collaboration between Kahnyen’kehàka artist Santee Smith (Artistic Director of Kaha:wi Dance Theatre) and Ngai Tahu video/dance artist Louise Potiki Bryant.

2 March – 19 May 2019  |  See exhibition detail

 

Gavin Hipkins: The Homely II

Gavin Hipkins: The Homely II

The images in the Homely II were taken in the United Kingdom and New Zealand between 2001-2017. It is the sequel to Gavin Hipkins’ celebrated series The Homely(1997-2001), which created conversations and conflicts between pictures from New Zealand and Australia. This new series is presented in an identical format, as an 80-photo frieze, entirely shot on an amateur film camera.

23 Febuary – 2 June 2019  |  See exhibition detail

 

Sorawit Songsataya: Jupiter

Sorawit Songsataya: Jupiter

 

In the exhibition Jupiter, artist Sorawit Songsataya draws us towards the horizon, an in-between space that binds, yet remains neither land or sky. Operating in this liminal zone, and animated by the unseen forces of wind, the humble form of the kite brings together an oscillating range of references, connecting local traditions with a grander social fabric; the handmade with the digitised; land with clouds.

23 February - 26 May 2019  |  See exhibition detail

 

Zoe Brand

Small Space: Zoe Brand

Zoe Brand is a Canberra-based artist who uses text to explore the performative nature of jewellery as a device for communication. Using readymade and archetypal jewellery forms, Brand explores language that can both describe her objects and the people wearing them, while initiating conceptual dialogue between the object and its audience.

19 February – 17 May 2019  |  See exhibition detail

 

Emma Fitts In the Rough: Parts 1, 2 & 3

Emma Fitts In the Rough: Parts 1, 2 & 3

Fitts’ work pays particular attention to how different taxonomies render new readings of the same conditions, highlighting or even erasing certain details. It’s fitting that Te Uru’s own architecture is subsumed into the exhibition, with design interventions intended to draw attention to particularities.

16 February - 26 May 2019  |  See exhibition detail


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