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Contemporary Art on the Periphery
BLINDSIDE art space and online platform offers the opportunity for audiences to see the breadth of contemporary art practice from sculpture, drawing, painting and performance art, through to new media, video, sound, installation and craft. If you are heading to BLINDSIDE, to expect the unexpected.
Ross Coulter, Michael Georgetti, Andy Hutson, Forgetting the Ordinary, BLINDSIDE 2015.
As a not-for-profit artist run space, BLINDSIDE supports art practices that are on the periphery, where creativity thrives and the new is born. Engaging contemporary art practice in Melbourne and beyond, BLINDSIDE is a transformative and challenging space. The annual program of proposal-based and curated exhibitions and screenings is accompanied by critical texts or artists’ writing. BLINDSIDE offers an extensive program of talks, workshops and forums for artists, the general public and visiting school groups.
With over a decade of developing and presenting contemporary art practice, BLINDSIDE continues to embrace a diverse audience and engender dialogue.
BLINDSIDE is open Tues -Sat, 12-6pm.