Twenty-four hours long, the already-iconic installation is created from thousands of film and television images of clocks, watches, or other references to time. These are masterfully edited together so that they flow in real time, perfectly synced to the present moment, in one mesmerising collage. The result is an epic and seductive journey through cinematic history as well as a functioning timepiece. Zadie Smith calls it, “maybe the greatest film you’ve ever seen”.
Keren Dobia, 2017 AIPP Australian Photographer of the Year, brings a new series of striking portraits to Melbourne’s fortyfivedownstairs in November.
Yenbena Lotjpa: Ancestors Speak Out is a contemporary installation documenting and exploring a series of the heart-wrenching letters and petitions written by the Ancestors to the Aboriginal Welfare Board, missionaries, managers of reserves, governments and the Board of Protection of Aborigines in the 1800s and early 1900s.
Recent travels in Central Australia are the inspiration for new artwork by Janet and Mike Green now showing at Lauraine Diggins Fine Art. Alice and Beyond extends existing artistic ideas in the light of the majestic ancient landscape of the central Australian desert encompassing Uluru, Kata Tjuta and the McDonnell Ranges.
Merrigong Theatre Company has revealed its thrilling 2019 Season at a special launch event held at the Illawarra Performing Arts Centre (IPAC). The 2019 season will spoil audiences with an array of productions ranging from exhilarating mainstage plays, to delightful children's shows, acclaimed music theatre, world-class comedy and ground-breaking dance.
The Vic Park Summer Street Party presented by Kleenheat returns to the urban village of Victoria Park on Sunday 9 December between 12 noon and 8pm, delivering another great series of attractions to suit all ages and tastes. On the day, the summer party is taking over the streets of Victoria Park for an action-packed and culturally filled event that aims to bring together the entire community.
oin Vinh Van Lam and Stuart Horrex as we celebrate the launch of a group exhibition by Four Artsits: David Howell, Julie Pozdeev, Natalie Pozdeev, Olga Nowicka. AirScape Exhibition: 1 - 22 December, 2018.
Edmond Thommen has captured an amazing array of images over the years, images he uses to find new expressions of an old theme, the female body. He applies these images, sometimes to highlight, sometimes to protect her from view, depending on his mood when developing the artwork. The viewers’ impression may also change, depending on their mood when examining the particular artwork.
The Parasites: Life Undercover exhibition comes to the South Australian Museum this summer.
Company of Rogues and the Pioneer Play Festival are proud to announce that Gravity Guts, Sophia Simmons' smart, sharp and funny play about growing up, the universe and everything, is the winner of the 2018 Pioneer Playwright Award. The award will be presented with a staged reading of the play on Friday November 23rd at Sydney's new Pioneer Theatre.
Low-fi indie artist Victory Lap shares new single 'I Knew That I'd Regret It But I Did It Anyway' and announces Sunday arvo launch party to celebrate
Australian Independent College of the Arts, Collarts, is thrilled to announce the latest addition to their tertiary courses with the new The Bachelor of Arts (Interior Design) and Diploma of Arts (Interior Design) degrees in collaboration with The Mercer School of Interior Design.
The early leadership and comprehensive guidance of First Nations experts, the importance of quality education and training, and the need to build trust across and beyond government, were the most pressing issues to emerge from NAVA’s 7 November roundtable on commissioning art in the public space.
Mitchell Fine Art’s final exhibition for 2018 showcases Aboriginal paintings which explore connection to country and the influence of the rich landscape of Central Australia. Australian Aboriginal art depicts various elements of traditional culture. Connection to country holds a particular significance to Aboriginal people. This exhibition echoes the almost metaphysical relationship to country and its place within Aboriginal society and psyche. @mitchellfineartgallery #tali #country #Aboriginal #art #tradition
An experience awaits to ignite the depths of your imagination. Here, places once forgotten are transformed into visions of the future, where voices sing enchanting songs, architecture comes to life and colour rules supreme. Let your curiosity guide you through a labyrinth of art, design and theatrical wonder and discover delight in what could be. #forgottenplaces #citizentheatre #melbourne #stonnington #community
Important and outstanding onsite contents auction. Held onsite in a impressive large home at 41 Howitt Road Caulfield North. Viewing: Friday 16th November 4pm to 7 pm- Saturday 17th 11 am to 4 pm- Sunday 18th 10 to 12.15 pm. Under instructions from the vendors of 41 Howitt Road Caulfield North. Also included entries from the Estate of Lorraine Rosenfeld, Toorak, Estate of Serge Smirnoff, Edithvale, Estate of Jurgen Nicklisch, Montmorency, private entries from Doncaster, Mentone, Toorak, Pakenham and East St Kilda The majority to be sold without reserves.
The Glen is bring art into the every day with the unveiling of a new, artistic gallery space within the shopping centre.
Two Mornington Peninsula artists have teamed up to bring you a Pop Up Gallery in Red Hill opening Friday 23 November. Sandi Faulkner a potter and Katrina Newman a contemporary Gold and Silversmith will be available each day for a two week period to talk about their work and welcome you to their special gallery. It will be an excellent opportunity to buy Christmas gifts and support these local artists.
iPRECIATION proudly presents a solo exhibition by Singapore artist Lim Soo Ngee 林序毅 titled Ritual · In Progress「儀式 · 進行中」, featuring three sculpture series and a print series. Highlights are the seven carved wood figures of We, The People (2018) and the hundred figure installation One (2018). Lim often reflects on the human condition and the essentials of human existence. These works express different responses to the ever changing flows of life, which is Lim’s interpretation of life’s “rituals”.
GODLESS is a collection of work featuring deities and icons that are inspired by and a reflection of Meg's current beliefs and the beliefs that shaped her childhood. Meg Andrew was born in Melbourne, raised by a mother who introduced her to modern art at a young age. In this formative time she felt most drawn to the religious icons that she saw in not only her mothers art books but around her extended family's home.