Join us for the opening celebration of two art exhibitions in our March Showcase; 'Again & Again' - a group show curated by Laurie Oxenford & 'Glob of Past Tense' - a project space collaboration by Kristian Glynn (MEL) & Natasha Wills (TWBA).
FRI 16 MARCH, 7 - 9PM
Cash bar supported by Stone & Wood Brewing.
Both exhibitions are on show from 12th - 24th March, 2018.
'Again & Again' Group Show
Curated by Laurie Oxenford
‘Again and Again’ is a group exhibition of Australian artists that discusses excessive production through a diverse range of creative practices.
Featured artists have been invited to respond to term ‘again’ as a point of departure. Whether through material choices, revisiting ideas or recycling old artworks, artists are encouraged to question material values, alter preconceived ideas or disrupt an objects intended function. It’s about viewing the act of discarding as a renewable source of inspiration.
Exhibiting artists include Bronte Naylor, Chelsea Gruss, Dan Elborne, David Usher, Grace Dewar, Ian McCallum, Jake Twigg, Jen Laycock, Jen Spalding, Jeremy Austin, Jess McMilne, Kirsty Lee, Maizie Adams, Peta Berghofer & more.
'Glob of Past Tense'
Kristian Glynn & Natasha Wills
'Glob of Past Tense' is a debut solo exhibition by a collaborative duo, Kristian Glynn and Natasha Wills. Working under this creative pseudonym 'Trash-ish', this postal art project is a conscious melding of two worlds, perspectives and ideas.
Beginning in 2016, the pair have produced over 900 small scale artworks on paper. They use the postal system to send artworks back and forth between their home studios in Melbourne and Toowoomba. Other artists from USA, Canada and across Australia have been included in this series of mixed media works.
Banner images: (left) Grace Dewar 'Isfahan', 2017, film photograph + (right) Kristian Glynn & Natasha Wills 'Sunset Moth' 2017, mixed media on paper