October 2017

Kirsten Perry

Gallery 2 Rock, Paper, Scissors Kirsten Perry Kirsten Perry investigates the relationship between elements of error, chance, anthropomorphism and humour. Traditionally, errors are discarded or covered up, Perry challenges this… Continue reading

Hayley West

Gallery 3 Dear Darkness Hayley West. What do we do with the remnants of someone’s life that have been left behind? Once the owners have died and objects are distributed… Continue reading

Isabel Mallet
Aodhan Madden
Lauren Burrow

Gallery 4 Isabel Mallet – Aodhan Madden – Lauren Burrow A breath cast in yr reflection You’re designing a house, for a dancer, a night-time dancer, who you visit, or… Continue reading

Ruth O’Leary + Burchill/McCamley

Gallery 5 graphemes Burchill/McCamley Graphs Diagrams Pictograms Grids Pause Nodes Edges Variability Fixing Pause Plot Space Blue Space A to B, Here to There And back again A to B… Continue reading

Material Exchange Public program

nattysolo – Freejazz Date: c3 Opening – October 25 Time: 6pm Cost: Free Venue: c3 Contemporary Art Space nattysolo presents Freejazz, a project based in family and the home. Acclaimed… Continue reading

September 2017

Gardening is Not a Rational Act

Galleries 1 – 4 Gardening is Not a Rational Act Tai Snaith, Eleanor Butt, Kent Wilson, David Rosetzky, Kate Daw, Kate Ellis, Eugene Howard, Chako Kato, Sean Meilak and Alice… Continue reading

SHE TURNS

Upcoming: September 20 – October 15 Opening Wednesday September 20 6-8pm Galleries 5 + 6 SHE TURNS Rebecca Thomas and Meredith Turnbull You can find the catalogue, designed by Hope… Continue reading

September 2017

Upcoming Public Programs

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August 2017

Brigit Ryan

Gallery 1 Vera Pelle Brigit Ryan Drawing from the built environment, Vera Pelle plays with the distinction between architectural surfaces and the volumes they encase. This exhibition meditates on materials… Continue reading

Annabelle Kingston

Gallery 2 F*r*i*e*n*d Annabelle Kingston A series of new paintings, drawings and ceramics that take inspiration from everyday activities or events that might be seen as sad or matter of… Continue reading