• Gallery 1
      Floor Plan
      Anna Gleeson, Tessy King, Holly Macdonald, Noriko Nakamura and Madeleine Thornton–Smith
      Curated by Sophia Cai
      19 September – 14 October 2018

      Floor Plan is a group exhibition of object-based works that interrogates the relationship between studio practice and exhibition output. Curated by Sophia Cai, the exhibition brings together five early career Australian artists—Anna Gleeson, Tessy King, Holly Macdonald, Noriko Nakamura and Madeleine Thornton–Smith—who work primarily with hand-shaped sculptural or ceramic practice with a particular interest in the vessel and modes of display.

    • Gallery 2
      ways to feel unless I've done
      Kathryne Genevieve Honey
      19 September – 14 October 2018

      Kathryne Genevieve Honey combines disparate imagery and materials to create eclectic photographic based works. Taking inspiration from subjects as varied as time, history, anthropology, religion and the banality of everyday life, Honey plays with the notion and history of photography through visual distortion and modes of image reproduction.

    • Gallery 3
      The Forest in Flames
      Natalia Behaine
      Curated by Daniel Gardeazabal
      19 September – 14 October 2018

      The Forest in Flames is a video made from overlapping and compositing hundreds of photographs, which meditates on the fast-paced world we currently live in. It is an invitation to stop and regain consciousness on the now: Days pass without content, without trees, without the heat of the sun. Filled with dark waters and thoughts of success, the world in which we live is an anxious one, rife with fear, speed and collective hysteria.

    • Gallery 4
      Future State
      Amalia Lindo and Samantha Barrow
      19 September – 14 October 2018

      The foundation of computation and photo-media was to harness electricity as a means of sending information through wires from place to place, described by Walt Whitman as ‘the world itself rolling through the air’. The work presented in Future State critically considers our engagement with accelerated technology through an acute awareness to its current function in economic, political, social and individual structures.

    • Gallery 5
      I Heard a Thousand Blended Notes
      Khi–Lee Thorpe
      19 September – 14 October 2018

      Khi–Lee Thorpe is a Melbourne based visual artist working primarily in abstract painting and collage using bold mark making techniques. She captures unexpected moments—the space between the noise, the beauty amidst the chaos. Spontaneous marks evolve into a thoughtful, at times explosive, synchronisation of standout colours and speculative tones, in layers of paint and collage on wood.

    • Gallery 6
      Stones you may or may not turn over
      Tori Ferguson
      19 September – 14 October 2018

      Stones you may or may not turn over depicts the artist engaged in a subtle repetitive movement: endlessly turning over stones. Partly filmed in Almería, a province of Spain that has been over farmed for centuries, this gesture removes nothing from the landscape, and yet alters its surface significantly. The artist’s action links the naturally occurring phenomena of rock sedimentation to that of memory production. The work acknowledges a multiplicity of choices, actions, and objects, of attempting to account for things, to let go of things, and to prioritise nothing.