Monthly Archives: March 2015

Young Blood


REDSEA Gallery is proud to present an inaugural group exhibition showcasing Brisbane’s next generation of artists. By utilising its position as ...

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A Thousand Words


A Thousand Words showcases portraits by artists Cheryl Creed and Nickeema Williams as they capture Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...

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Dog Show


Dogs. Why a show on dogs? What kind of cues does a show centred around dogs send out? Too much potential ...

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Subversive Space


The exhibition ‘Subversive Spaces’ at The Hold Art Space (Brisbane), features the work of six women artists whose art practices have ...

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Analogue Digital


In 2015 we are proud to announce that we have found our new home at the Brisbane Powerhouse. This heritage listed ...

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The Spaces Between


The exhibition The Spaces Between by the Nightladder artist group explores the notion of place and how we, as humans, navigate it. Finding ...

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Bimblebox 153 Birds


Bimblebox 153 Birds is an exhibition that combines printmaking and audio recordings about the bird species of the Bimblebox Nature Refuge ...

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Everything is Connected


In a globalised world driven by international capitalism, the enmeshment of social networking and an increasingly pessimistic ecological overview, the idea ...

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In this exhibition, domestic space is identified as a site of comfort/discomfort in constant flux, and as the location of our ...

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Das Wasser


The Stone Age was characterised by the use of stone technologies, Bronze by the use of Bronze and Iron the use ...

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IRL Digital Festival


IRL Digital Festival is Brisbane Powerhouse’s inaugural celebration of video games, technology and art. The festival takes over the venue for 10 ...

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The New Aesthetic?


In 2011, artist James Bridle introduced the term “New Aesthetic” to articulate a concept referring to the increasing appearance of the ...

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Kirsty Bruce


The exhibition presents a new body of work by Kirsty Bruce. There will be no opening event.   Image: Kirsty Bruce, Untitled 2015 ...

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Double Take


Double Take brings together the work of eight emerging artists dealing with materiality, deception and the urban landscape. Presenting new and ...

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