Crafted Land references the disparate activities of landscape painting and off road driving, connecting the two in an effort to challenge a romantic ideal of the domesticated pastoral space within regional Australia.
In The Cosmos Project composers and artists have partnered to create immersive sonic and visual works that explore phenomena of space and the Solar System, in an exhibition that exists at the intersection of both musical and artistic composition.
In Neon Dispersion, Ollie Lucas explores the industrial functioning of flags – brightly hued signals that direct the travel of trains, planes and ships; a system of coloured communication known as semaphores.
Street artist Skulk’s latest collection of work. MonoToneTimes features original illustrations and screen prints, torn from the black books of the artist, who’s intricately detailed characters take to life on many of Sydney’s city walls.
“In unexpected places, light can find you – through the darkness, wrapped around corners… shapes and contours of the structures we see around us. The world is a place where light will always find you.”
Go Forth is about exploration. It’s steering towards the unknown but knowing once you are there. The works in this show are based on an eerie momentary lapse in everyday life. It is a celebration of moving forward into the unfamiliar without hesitation.
Shaping the Unknown is the collaboration of four emerging Sydney artists and includes a series of drawings and monochrome paintings which depict mysterious and ambiguous features of subject matter, shape and form.