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Thu, 23 June 2016

Four Walls Exhibition Brunswick Street Art Gallery

Filed under: art — site admin @ 12:59 pm

Brunswick Street Gallery Melbourne
Upcoming Exhibition, 24th June - 7th July
Opening Event 24th June, 6pm-9pm
Four Walls, a group show curated by Bethany O’Connor.
Exhibitions runs from 6pm, 24th of June until 3pm, 7th of July 2016.
Exhibition Event is open to the public and all are welcome to attend.

What’s On
This coming Friday, the 24th of June we will hold the opening event for our new group exhibition, Four Walls.

The Other Art Fair is returning to Sydney this October, from the 27th-30th and is calling out for applications. This is a great opportunity for artists to network with other artists and buyers, and to present their work to new audiences. The deadline for applications is June 30th and it’s free to apply, follow this link to apply: http://theotherartfair.com.au/applications.

We love to keep in contact with our BSG community and hear about all the amazing things past exhibitors are getting up to these days. If you are part of our community and have something exciting happening in the future, such as an exhibition opening, a public talk, a publication, or any creative endeavour, be sure to let us know so we can share with everyone! See below for some exciting events from our community members.
Four Walls
A group show curated by Bethany O’Connor

Humans carve out spaces in multiple senses of reality, whether it be the physical space of a building, space in our memories, space in the digital realm of the internet, a sound reverberation filling a car park, or the space for trinkets in Grandma’s cabinet. The strict boundaries which once existed between such spaces have been blurred in recent years thanks to the onslaught of contemporary experiences with technology and the emergence of a so-called global community forged through globilisation. This exhibition aims to draw attention to variant experiences of reality understood through different spaces and the tension that exists between these spheres of realities.
The artists have considered both physical and immaterial spaces in order to understand how we experience such spaces, and how an artwork might exist in these spaces, particularly the space of Brunswick Street Gallery.

Annelize Mulder
Melissa Vallence
Cara Best
Jane Skeer
Ruth Cummins
Angus Callander
Char meets Margaux
Kalinda Nelson-Boyd
Emily Carroll
Celina Irwin
Kailum Graves
Nick Berry
Natasha Narain
Alice Gascoyne
Dominic Jaeger
Tony Priddle
Nicole McTaggart
Glen Clancey
Mikhaila Jurkiewicz
Amelia Tracey
Tobias Brodel
Abigail Varney
Karla Andreica
Edwina Cooper
Miriam Arbus

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