WED 17.9.14 ‘DEIFIK’ Apeseven

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Taking heavily from recontextualizing natures patterns , DEIFIK uncovers the divine organic design in skeletal structural systems. Complex biofeedback driven landscapes take form and flight with redevelopment of old structures to provide the frame work for new life.

WED 10.9.14 ‘ACROSS THE TOP’ Marcus Dixon

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The untold story of the true characters and creatures of Australia.

WED 3.9.15 ‘PHIBOLOGY’ Phibs

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Upcycled cans, t-shirts and new works by Phibs

Opening 6pm – 9pm Wednesday 3rd September.

WED 27.8.14 ‘GOON ISLANDS OLE VACAY’ An exhibition of new works from Brent Smith and Lee Mcconnell

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‘OLE VACAY’ takes you on another holiday into the minds of Goon Island’s Olympic medal winning tandem bike team, Brent Smith & Lee McConnell.
A collection of new original artworks showcasing what the tropical mystical paradise of Goon Island has to offer from a day to night to day point of view. A surreal tourist escape getaway location destination…

Enjoy you stay, Ole Vacay!

WED 20.8.14 ‘CONFLICT’ William Nghiem

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“CONFLICT” showcases the start of a continuous body of work reflecting upon contemporary issues regarding war and violence.

WED 13.8.14 ‘ALIEN’ Nick Potts

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Take a psychedelic sci-fi trip into space and back. ‘Alien’ is a body of work drawing influence from ancient alien myths of human creation and Alien existence both on earth and in space.

WED 6.8.14 ‘My Life With Momus’ (Part One: Colosseum) – Joel Dickens

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“My Life With Momus” (Part One: Colosseum)

Once again painted in situ, this exhibition is an immediate response to the artists situation at that moment in time.

Colosseum; “Should the ground become too soaked with blood, the arena would be covered with a fresh layer of sand and the performance would go on.”

How do horrific news stories impact our otherwise uneventful lives? How do we conduct ourselves, day to day, in the light of worldwide injustice and atrocity? And why should the witness to such suffering deserve to ever dream of personal contentment?

Are we desensitised to the 24 hour media cycle or are we often a little disappointed when the death count isn’t higher? Does it take more deaths to spark outrage these days or are we actually longing for events of magnitude that might provide some distraction from our mediocre lives?

Joel’s response will attempt to render a portrait of contemporary society; compromised, fragmented and bored and seeking entertainment in whatever form that might take.

WED 30.7.14 ‘EVERTHING BEAUTIFUL’ Lachlan Hansen

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“Everything Beautiful’ is Lachlan Hansen’s first solo show. The collection encapsulates his fascination with the divine beauty in nature. This sentiment runs through his work with an effortless flow of colour. Lachlan’s extensive background in graffiti and street art influence his work evidently. He uses a combination of spray paint and acrylic which he energetically splashes across the canvas. This compliments his more contemplative use of line work evoking opposing emotions of chaos and calm.

WED 23.7.14 ‘KEEP SYDNEY WEIRD’ Group Exhibition

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A collection of work from artists who practice on the fringes of established notions of contemporary art.

Featuring

P.I.T.S • PIL PRESS • ZATAN • CL • ZAP
JACK K • ALTER • FISHMANN • WIL MADOX
REMY ROBERT • BATS • DANIEL LETHLEAN HIGSON
CHRIS JAMES • YEHA • RETALI8 & MORE

WED 16.7.14 ‘INNER MYTHS’ Shida

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The exhibition is a dynamic record of Shida’s development as an artist who envisions infinite worlds. Considering an array of approaches, through Inner Myths, he synthesises styles as diverse as Science Fiction Art, French Post-Impressionism and Russian Symbolist Art in his depiction of ethereal realities. Influenced by the work of Frank Frazetta, Paul Gauguin, Mikhail Vrubel and Nikolai Kalmakov, for Inner Myths, as Australia’s most prolific young street artist, Shida reinvokes two centuries of art history in his characteristic style.

Inner Myths presents a refined body of works, demonstrating that Shida is an asset to Australian contemporary art, who is constantly challenging himself against the sources of his inspiration.

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