Current and upcoming

Linda Marrinon

Linda Marrinon: Figure Sculpture
11 July - 19 September 2015

A key figure of Australian art since the mid-1980s, Linda Marrinon has developed an idiosyncratic language of figurative painting and sculpture that merges contemporary cartoons with neoclassic tropes of the nude, reclining figure, and bust or standing portrait.
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Dominik Lang
11 July - 19 September 2015

Czech artist Dominik Lang takes a preexisting bronze sculpture, the seated figure of a small girl, found abandoned in the studio of his late father artist Jiri Lang (1927-1996) as the departure point for the large installation, Girl with Pigeon. Lang envisions a series of sculpted movements, poses and gestures that the static figure would enact, execute or perform should it leave its still position to move throughout the gallery.
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3 October - 12 December 2015
Curators: Charlotte Day & Patrice Sharkey

Technologism is a major group exhibition that will survey the ways artists have worked with and co-opted media technologies. The exhibition will feature artworks that engage both physically and conceptually with electronic systems such as computers, television and radio, focusing on the ways artists have disrupted the official use of these media or else constructing their own machines and communication - data systems. The exhibition will bring together historical as well as contemporary artworks from a wide range of Australian and international practitioners, as well as newly commissioned art works.