Intermural - Interlude Artist Cocktail Soirée

Published by: Isabel Rouch | 22-Aug-2017
As part of the Sydney Contemporary public program 2017, Interlude Gallery will be presenting Intermural, showcasing six of their Sydney based emerging artists, whose practices range from painting, sculpture, installation, video and performance. Intermural will be a celebration of these intersections between the walls of our physical space. Join the artists for an inaugural soirée, with exclusive performance works, and cocktails by Poor Toms Gin.
Venue: Interlude Gallery
Address: 11/131-145 Glebe Point Rd., Glebe
Date: Saturday 9 September 2017
Time: 7-9 pm
Ticket: Free admission
Buy / Ticket:
Call: 432615742
Opening Night Cocktail Soirée: Saturday 9th September 7 - 9pm
Exhibition runs from 5th - 16th of September
Location: Interlude Gallery, 11/131-145 Glebe Point Rd. Glebe.
Cost: Free

Featuring Artists:

Hana Hoogedeure, Kaspar Kägi, Bryden Williams, Chris Sutevski, Luke O'Donnell, Apolonia Dorabialski

Intermural is an exception to the rule; this exhibition emphasizes the ephemeral and perpetual events that occur between the walls that construct our shelters/houses, especially the gallery space and its consequential implications.

We wonder about the possibilities of the internal sphere and the boundaries we establish with the "Xternal", the outside, our beyond. The physical, mental and atmospherical transformations that take place in these liminal junctures, and their possible effects on our realities. In fewer words, we are trying to figure out, to understand a bit better, under the natural and antinatural capacities given, what happens when you enter "A" space, delimited by corners, shapes and lines; a space that contains its own biosphere with strange creatures, a diverse flora and fauna and in which we become a sort of explorer, pioneers in the realm of our own mind.

-Misael M & Isabel Rouch (Directors)

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