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‘Group Exhibition: Artwork Documentation’ @ Studio 6, Gertrude Contemporary

Studio 6: Project 3 (forthcoming):

‘Group Exhibition: Artwork Documentation’

Artists: Elizabeth Newman, Virginia Overell, Christopher L G Hill, Masato Takasaka, Dan Bell, Jackson Slattery, Clementine Edwards, Simon Zoric, Oliver van der Lugt, Holly Childs, Hanna Tai, Margaret Goninon, Chloe Stevens, Trevelyan Clay, Ry Haskings, Sanné Mestrom, Sanja Pahoki, Adelle Mills, Giles Fielke, Joshua Petherick, Brennan Olver, Greatest Hits, Jaya Fausch, Luke Holland, Anton Nguyen,  Sean Bailey, Rare Candy, Ash Kilmartin, Christo Crocker, Matthew Linde, Elena Betros, Luke Sands, Lyndell Brown and Charles Green, Patrick Pound, Matt Hinkley, Kieren Seymour, Kate Meakin, Hugh Westland, Lydia Wegner, James Barnett, Eric Demetriou, Nathan Gray, Alex Vivian, Harriet Morgan, Kate Smith, Nick Selenitsch, Chris Sciuto, Andrew Truong, Annie Wu, Liang Luscombe

Curated by David Homewood

10 – 11 May 2013

Opening: Friday 10th May, 6 – 8pm

Exhibition continues : Saturday 11th May, 11:30am – 4:30pm

Studio 6 is an exhibition project initiated by Ash Kilmartin, Gertrude Contemporary studio artist 2012-14

http://ashkilmartin.net/Studio6

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An exhibition over two venues curated by Elizabeth Gower investigating the appropriation of urban detritus as a contemporary art strategy.

Featuring works by:
Lauren Berkowitz, Ryan Foote, Michael Georgetti, Elizabeth Gower, Nathan Gray, Lou Hubbard, Christopher Lg Hill, Matt Hinkley, Melanie Irwin, Ash Keating, Nicholas Mangan, Rowan Mcnaught, John Nixon, Louise Paramor, Simon Pericich, Joshua Petherick, Caroline Phillips, Elvis Richardson, Stuart Ringholt, Ilia Rosli, Julie Shiels, Slow Art Collective, Kate Smith, Charlie Sofo, Masato Takasaka, Alex Vivian

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Photography by Kay Abude

http://platformartistsgroup.blogspot.com.au/2012_12_01_archive.html

Installation photography by Andrew Curtis

SUB12 Catalogue [PDF]

TWELVE ARTISTS TWELVE WEEKS TWELVE AMBITIOUS NEW WORKS

JUNE 28 – JULY 22 SANTINA AMATO TREVELYAN CLAY RY HASKINGS MARK TITMARSH JULY 26 – AUGUST 19 REBECCA AGNEW JUAN FORD STEVEN RENDALL SANNE MESTROM AUGUST 23 – SEPTEMBER 16 STEVEN ASQUITH SANJA PAHOKI SIMON PERICICH MASATO TAKASAKA

In its third year, SUB12 is a major annual three-month exhibition program presenting newly commissioned work by twelve leading contemporary Australian artists. Previous curators of SUB12 are Tania Blackwell (2009) and Kate Daw (2010) and SUB12 has included the work of artists such as Bindi Cole, Julie Shiels and Brendan Lee. 2012 curator Jessica Bridgfoot has invited a group of Australia’s most exciting contemporary practitioners working across sculpture, painting, video, installation. Each artist has been ‘handed over’ a space within the industrial network of The Substation’s Gallery for a month of the program. Expect a radically diverse program of exhibitions and site-responsive interventions in one of Melbourne’s most interesting new art spaces.

SUB12 is presented annually in partnership with Hobson’s Bay City Council who established the project in 2009 as a major initiative to present contemporary art in Melbourne’s West.

2012 Curator, Jessica Bridgfoot, Visual Arts Program Manager, The Substation A fully illustrated catalogue will accompany the exhibition

June 28-September 16, 2012

The Substation, 1 Market Street, Newport

www.thesubstation.org.au

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday 11.00am-5.00pm

16.06.2012, 00.58

An Individual Note @ Motto Melbourne 09-30.06.12
20.05.2012, 00.24

An Individual Note @ Motto Melbourne

On the occasion of its opening, Motto Melbourne presents An Individual Note – a series of performances, discussions and lectures highlighting the role of sound, and notions regarding its creation, manipulation, appropriation and representation, within the context of contemporary practice. This project takes as its reference point the book An Individual Note of Music, Sound and Electronics, by BBC Radiophonic Workshop founder Daphne Oram. The series aims to create an informal discourse regarding the ways in which the theoretical aspects of electronic music production might relate to practice, across a range of contemporary disciplines and genres. The series will be complemented by the exhibition of a growing archive that documents these discussions and performances.

Including contributions from Masato Takasaka, Michael Ozone, Joshua Petherick, Dead Boomers, James Vinciguerra, Brad Haylock, VDO and more

Curated by Library Moderne

09 – 30/06/2012

Motto Melbourne / PIN UP Project Space
15-25 Keele Street, Collingwood, VIC 3066, Melbourne, Australia

Schedule to be advised shortly

Dear _____,

You are invited to:

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7:00 pm, December 2, 13/117 Hardware Street, Melbourne, 3000

“What you see in this exhibition could be described as a fictional
collection, for one night only, crammed into a city apartment Herb and
Dorothy style… A survey show, a cross-section of the here and now.”

curated by Madeline Kidd

http://madelinekidd.wordpress.com/2011/12/03/sushichampagnepaintingsculpture-2/