Ian Burns: Where it all started

Ian Burns: Where it all started

The kinetic sculptures of Ian Burns engage us in a whimsical yet profound examination of how images are constructed and consumed in our media-saturated world. The sculptures, resembling eccentric homemade computer systems, are crafted from…
Carolyn V Watson: Preview

Carolyn V Watson: Preview

A soft opening preview for the body of work created to be shown in Tasmania’s Penny Contemporary gallery later this year. Continuing with CVW’s signature experimental assemblages addressing elements of process and ritual, this pop-up…
Artist in Residence: Hiromi Tango

Artist in Residence: Hiromi Tango

Japanese-Australian multidisciplinary artist Hiromi Tango will start a six-month residency from 2 March 2024 where the contemporary creative will transform Museum of Brisbane’s Adelaide Street Pavilion into a sculptural arrangement of vibrant flowers through the…
rightNOW

rightNOW

This is the fourth iteration of rightNOW, an exhibition format that expedites freshly conceived ideas and experiments straight from artists’ studios to eager new audiences at Onespace gallery. An immediate sense of contemporaneity is established…
Paracusia I

Paracusia I

Experimental musicians and organisers Coo present a night of visceral sonic force, tinkling kinetic machines, and auditory hallucination. Join us for performances by three powerhouses of the local experimental music scene—Yvette Ofa Agapow, Ross Manning, and Mong Mong. Agapow works at the…
Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah

Taring Padi: Tanah Tumpah Darah

Taring Padi are a leading Indonesian art collective with a mission to understand the cultural and social history of Indonesia through a contemporary lens. Based in Yogyakarta, they use art as a tool to explore…
Megan Cope: Mirigan / Star in the Sky and the South East Wind

Megan Cope: Mirigan / Star in the Sky and the South East Wind

Megan Cope is a Quandamooka Artist from Moreton Bay/North Stradbroke Island in South East Queensland. Her site-specific sculptural installations, public art practice and paintings investigate issues relating to colonial histories, the environment and mapping practices.…
ANTECEDENT

ANTECEDENT

How do archiving processes record and present certain stories? What are the legacies of these processes? Antecedent explores spaces and absences in forms of visual storytelling and record keeping. Drawing from diverse sources like European…
Matilda Nona: Tirra Lumaik

Matilda Nona: Tirra Lumaik

‘Tirra lumaik’ is the movement of the north westerly Kuki wind that blows from November to March each year on Badu Island. This wind will continue to build in search of its direction—from the North,…
Ultramarine Conversations: Mare Nullius

Ultramarine Conversations: Mare Nullius

As part of our multi-year research and programming arc Blue Assembly, please join us for an evening of robust discussion about Indigenous water rights. This conversation gathers creative, legal and academic voices to discuss the legal…
Moreton to the Mill

Moreton to the Mill

Moreton to the Mill is a celebration of place from the marine sanctuaries and vibrant shores of Moreton Bay to the Piano Mill and its surrounding nature reserve in Northern New South Wales’ Granite Belt.…
Ian Fairweather and Paul Jacoulet: Birds of Passage

Ian Fairweather and Paul Jacoulet: Birds of Passage

Migratory birds travel long distances, from one end of the earth to another. They are known as ‘birds of passage’; an expression that can also be applied to people. For artists Ian Fairweather and Paul…