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Canberra Museum and Gallery. A group of metal cylinders in shades of bronze and blue patina are grouped against a white brick wall. The one on the far left is bubbly at the top as if it has been underwater or in an acid bath.
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The slippery nexus between sculpture and design and the agency of materials

Canberra Museum and Gallery has a new exhibition: Materiality… but not as we know it.

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Monash City Council

Hollow exhibition

Artists Izabela Pluta and Kiron Robinson explore their own and public archives, which are decontextualised/recontextualised through these works.

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Monash City Council

Built photography exhibition

Built photography brings together 16 artists exploring photography as a physical construction, curated by artists Izabela Pluta & Kiron Robinson.

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Canberra Museum and Gallery

Materiality...But not as we know it | Paul House Artist Talk

Join Paul House as he tells stories of the beautiful cultural objects he has created using glass rather than traditional…

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Closing: 9 Jun 2024

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Gallery Associate (Logistics)

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Expression of Interest

Moira Shire Council

Sculpture Commission – Thompsons Beach Cobram

Moira Shire Council and Arts for All Cobram are commissioning a significant new public artwork for Cobram as part of…

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Platform Arts

WORLDING

WORLDING explores how artists partake in the designing, building, and organising of a personal world through their practice.

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Closing: 2 Jun 2024

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Installation view of ‘The same crowd never gathers twice’, Buxton Contemporary, the University of Melbourne, 2024. Featuring Cate Consandine, ‘RINGER’, 2024. Image: Courtesy of the artist and Sarah Scout Presents. Photo: Christian Capurro. Three channel video showing roller derby players in a blue and purple hue.
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Exhibition review: The same crowd never gathers twice, Buxton Contemporary

Five installations and video works with keen spatial awareness, but where is “the crowd”?

'JXSH MVIR: Forever I Live', installation view at Koorie Heritage Trust. Left to right: 'The Heart', 2016; 'Oxymoron', 2015; 'William Buckley - Maquette', 2016 (mixed media sculpture); 'Still Here', 2015; 'The Empire', 2015 (top); 'Ticket to Projection', 2015 (middle), 'Skip to my Lou', 2015 (bottom). Photo: ArtsHub. Digital illustrations of Melbourne landmarks with red, black and yellow background hang on the walls. In front of them is a small sculpture of a human figure on a bright yellow plinth.
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Exhibition review: JXSH MVIR: Forever I Live, Koorie Heritage Trust

When kinship is involved – it shows.

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