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Almost there

by Spooner, Rodney.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS IMA exhibition archive; State Library of QLD catalogue; http://www.users.bigpond.com/rodneyspooner/bib/almost.html Exhibition Catalogue: Almost there / ...

Annette Bezor

by Bezor, Annette.

Autobiographical in a sublime manner in which artist continually reflects on the exposeire in the subjects of her paintings. The diptych serves as vehicle for ...

Big bella beta

by Helyer, Nigel.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS AGNSW annual report; AGNSW Library catalogue Exhibition Catalogue: Big bella beta. Perth: PICA Press, ...

Biodata

by Gill, Simryn, Hall, Fiona.

A knitted a matinee jacket, a bonnet and bootees, and made a rattle/teething ring from thin metal strips cut from Coke cans. The six pack ...

Breath for breath

by Vance, Warren.

A series of specially commissioned works by prominent South Australian practitioners in the Art Museum's North Terrace display window, 24 hour viewing. The Windows series ...

The brides

by Kunek, Srebrenka.

Toured by NETS Victoria. Funded by NETS, Gordon Darling Foundation. Installation based on post-war migration of Greek women to Australia. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage ...

Brad Buckley

by Buckley, Brad.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS UNISAM exhibition archive

Brad Buckley

by Buckley, Brad.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS State Library of QLD catalogue Exhibition Catalogue: Broadfoot, Keith, Those unspoken tragedies (and the ...

Cage

by Grayson, Richard, de Clario, Domenico.

This spooky piece looked at death as part of a continual cycle rather than as an epistemological (dead) end and referenced both the death of ...

Caravan

by Fuller, Helen, Grayson, Richard.

An auto-biographical/biographical element, with artist continuing her series of works based on her late father's collections, the lists, strategies and objects used and listed as ...

Carsick

by Bandt, Ros, Britton, Helen, Farman, Nola, Gibbs, Anna, Grayson, Richard.

Carsick was an interactive installation using sound and video which looked at what happens when our expectations of technology literally break down, elements were triggered ...

CHAMELEON

by Gonsalves, Tina.

Using ‘emotional algorithms’ based on affective neuroscience studies, the piece demonstrates how we often have the uncanny ability to decode and predict the beliefs, goals ...

Claiming

by Bush, Stephen.

Organisation and touring; Australian Centre of Contemporary Art, Melbourne, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, USA. ...

Complicity

by Milani, Lyndall.

Sponsored by Deacon & Milani solicitors. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS QAG annual report

The condensation chamber

by Grayson, Richard, Iwanczak, Bronia.

A video installation consisting of a single monitor mounted at the end of a vast grey box that extended across the space - nearly invisible, ...

Consignment

by Arnaoutopoulos, Andrew.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Institute of Modern Art exhibition archive

Contention

by Andrew, Brook.

First solo exhibition at the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia will feature large scale screenprints from a new series of works. Source: Solo Survey ...

Blue corn

by Grayson, Richard, Savvas, Nike.

A row of light boxes bearing no image other than layer of blue gel, with the exception of one that bore the X-ray of a ...

Carson, Dave, b.
Carson is based in Fremantle after coming to Australia from the UK in 1995. He taught fine art before concentrating on new imaging technologies. David ...
Death

by Duncan, Colin, Grayson, Richard.

Cardboard boxes were building blocks for a ruin (or a cave or a deserted tomb) and hollowed shells, constructing a melancholy metaphor of previous use, ...