KURT MEDENBACH

Gallery 1 Terraform & Utopia: towards a new socialism on Mars Kurt Medenbach This exhibition is an installation of artefacts from an imagined colonisation of Mars. Kurt Medenbach blends elements… Continue reading

KATE PRICE

Gallery 2 My brothers are good at building things but I’m pretty okay at laying bricks Kate Price I guess I’m okay at laying bricks. Sturdy, straight, one after the… Continue reading

AMINA MCCONVELL

Gallery 3 A Combinatorial Explosion Amina McConvell A Combinatorial Explosion is a new body of installation and mural work which looks at exponential, cascading chain reactions that occur in nuclear… Continue reading

TRICIA PAGE

GALLERY 4 DomestiCITY TRICIA PAGE Tricia Page’s current sculptural practice reconfigures steel structures and nostalgic materials. Her current line of enquiry investigates the emotional associations held within domestic and landscape… Continue reading

HAYLEY ARJONA

Gallery Six Caged in Flesh Hayley Arjona Psychic, physical and social ills can inhibit and corrupt transcendental experience. Caged in Flesh presents paintings concerned with this predicament. Through humour– self-deprecating… Continue reading

JEMIMA LUCAS

Gallery 1 Divested Supports Jemima Lucas Through the combined use of industrial, natural and construction materials, Jemima Lucas de-bunks the nature of support structures by restraining the functionality of objects.… Continue reading

SAMUEL SZWARCBORD

GALLERY 2 WHAT HAPPENED? SAMUEL SZWARCBORD In late 2017, five large geometric shapes were worn across multiple locations. There was no warning of the performances and each of these locations… Continue reading

YUSI ZANG

GALLERY 3 FLATTENING YUSI ZANG Yusi Zang is a Beijing born multi-disciplinary artist living and working in Melbourne. Connecting the poetics of her inner thoughts with the realism of banal… Continue reading

James Little

GALLERY 4 FW19 – Maybe the grass looks greener on the other side because it’s fake JAMES LITTLE “I’m interested in ecology and the oscillation between authenticity and surrogate behaviours,… Continue reading