Ashley Morgan’s recent paintings are inspired by the haunting landscape around Hanging Rock, Victoria.
Corner Art Gallery Way and Myahgah Road Mosman NSW 2088
Hayden Fowler’s solo show, Future Distant History, had a distinct post-apocalyptic edge. The title was a clue (picturing the present as the past of a destroyed future is what post-apocalyptic stories do) and so was the pile of bones perched on a pretty white table.
Embodying a performance art born in Sydney’s queer club scene, Justin Shoulder’s latest solo show, Carrion, stakes out post-human, apocalyptic terrain, drawing our attention to the present age of excess and environmental misuse.
This exhibition, drawn from the QUT Art Museum’s largely post-1960 collection, dallies with a contemporary impulse to minimise, downsize and the mantra of ‘reduce, reuse, recycle.’
Women aren’t objects and girls have power. These are the overarching statements being made by two new exhibitions at ACE Open. Featuring video and ceramic works by Margaret Dodd, alongside an experimental documentary by Kate Blackmore, the shows collectively explore the complex relationships between suburbia and womanhood.
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