A recent mix & interview for MIXTAPES FROM CREATIVES
✌ Come break bread and have a drink with us to
celebrate the launch of issue two of HOUSE WEAR ✌
♡ Magic Johnston ♡
27-29 Johnston Street, Collingwood
☺Saturday 30 November☺
♫ DJ Laila ♫
Bread by Baker D Chirico
Installation by MANY MANY
Publications will be available for purchase on the day.
25% of all sales will go towards the Oxfam Australia Typhoon Haiyan Appeal.
HOUSE WEAR is a study in nomadic behaviour and human design constructs. Issue two contains: walking villages concrete terrain handheld breadcessory banana lounge makeshift forms mobility aids foraging vibration of colour eBay porta-room b®e(a)droom spray-foam shelter thing to shape hammock fruit bag endurance.
Featuring work by:
Christopher LG Hill
Rachel de Joode
Sari de Mallory
Jakob Neulinger (Austria)
Beatrix Curran (Austria)
Curated by Georgia Hutchison and Arini Byng
155 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy VIC
Opening: Wednesday November 13, 6-8pm
Exhibition Dates: November 14-29, 2013
Mapping the interior: In search of an inland sea
In collaboration with MARCIN WOJCIK and MATTHIAS SCHACK-ARNOTT
Produced by ANTUONG NGUYEN
VCA Margaret Lawrence Gallery
40 Dodds Street Southbank VIC
Opening celebration: Thursday 17 October, 6-8pm
Exhibition dates: 18 October to 16 November, 2013
Mapping the interior: In search of an inland sea is an immersive 3-channel video installation inspired by colonial explorer Charles Sturt's championing of the idea of an inland sea in Central Australia. Sturt was so convinced of his theory that he led a major expedition into the interior, taking not one but two whaleboats with him. The incongruous image of men carrying these boats through the harsh Australian landscape forms the central motif of this project. The work revolves around themes of desire, masculinity, vulnerability, futility, and endurance as it contemplates Sturt’s rampant desire to penetrate the interior of the country and reflects the uncanny relationship between the figure and landscape in a postcolonial Australian context.
Showing alongside The Solo Projects - David Cross, Tactual
Proudly supported by the Margaret Lawrence Bequest and Arts Victoria