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Tag Archives: Exhibitions 2008

BOX HAUL

BoxHaul
16 DECEMBER 2008 – 21 FEBRUARY 2009
RECENT GRADUATE JEWELLERY STUDENTS
FROM BOXHILL INSTITUTE
CURATOR DIANNE BEEVERS
Jodie Welch  Frances Grindlay  Melanie Grieveson  Annabelle Jones  Brooke Moore  Carly Lampitt  Charlotte Filshie  Julie Forshaw  Kusi Kim  Lauren Curnow  Pyung Sik Lee  Rebecca (ju-young) Kim  Simone Krok  Yasemin Mit  Aimée Sutanto  Nadia Clark  Jerry Liu Xu
Boxhaul is a shipping term that [...]

REBECCA JONES

WATER
REBECCA JONES
14 OCTOBER – 12 DECEMBER 2008
‘Water is an unnatural environment for human beings and therefore every time a person enters the water they are in a competition between themselves and the laws of nature. Those that feel compelled to do so are tackling life head on one lap at a time. The water does [...]

POSTCARDS

POSTCARDS
messages from the past
19 AUGUST – 10 OCTOBER 2008
CLAIRE MOONEY
MARY NEWSOME
PATRICK POUND
HEATHER SHIMMEN
MASATO TAKASAKA
CURATOR SHANLEY MCBURNEY
‘If you could send a message into the future what would it say’?
This exhibition presents a collection of small contemporary artworks created by five artists incorporating antique postcards, collected from second hand stores throughout Victoria.  Drawn to the historical, social [...]

NADA POLJSKI

YOUR HOMEPAGE
NADA POLJSKI
24 JUNE – 15 AUGUST 2008
Your Homepage’ is a collection of dialogue gathered from eaves dropping into people’s conversations.
Today, the internet has become a device where people’s private affairs are readily available for viewing in a way that almost seems intrusive. What was once a privilege is now an open invitation to view [...]

SHARON BILLINGE

POST
SHARON BILLINGE
22 April – 20 June 2008
Each mailbox contains the memory of  the hands that have unlocked and reached into them and also the emotions connected to those hands. Imagine, countless hands… clutching at love letters, tearing at exam results or stuffing bills into bags for later.
The boxes are again filled with hands.
Small thin and [...]

RACHEL ANG

Framed (a mystery)
RACHEL ANG
26 FEBRUARY – 22 APRIL 2008
Rachel Ang is a young Melbourne artist currently studying at the Victorian College of the Arts.
Essentially interested in how frames, by necessity, omit things as well as show them, her work FRAMED, plays with the multiple meanings of the frame – as a viewfinder, a picture frame, [...]