Moving Histories // Future Projections

28 July – 23 September 2018

Moving Histories // Future Projections brings together some of Australia’s leading female contemporary artists working across screen based media including Mikala Dwyer and Justene Williams, Amala Groom, Deborah Kelly, Kate Blackmore and Jacinta Tobin, Joan Ross, Soda_Jerk, Angelica Mesiti and Caroline Garcia, curated by Kelly Doley and Diana Baker Smith of Barbara Cleveland (formally Brown Council). The artists in Moving Histories // Future Projections approach their subject matter in a variety of ways – they turn the camera on themselves, re-stage historical events or reimagine alternative futures through speculative accounts of the past. Through repetition, montage and mimicry, they explore a space where time folds in on itself and back again, each looking back while also moving forward. Collectively and individually they act as historians, archivists and archaeologists - excavating historical materials, digging through archives and channeling the past to make new connections across time and space.

A dLux MediaArts exhibition toured by Museums & Galleries of NSW

Kate Blackmore and Jacinta Tobin, Ngallowan (They Remain) (still) (detail), 2014, single channel video, 16:9, PAL, sound, 6:14 mins, courtesy the artists © the artists.

yes yes yes yes: graphics from the 1960s and 1970s

28 July – 23 September 2018

The exhibition features works from the Art Gallery of New South Wales’s collection by renowned artists including Joe Tilson, Eduardo Paolozzi, Sigmar Polke and Gerhard Richter.

Joe Tilson E - Erotic - Earth - Eyes from the portfolio A-Z Box ... fragments of an oneiric alphabet ... 1969 (detail) colour photo screenprint, photo screenprint, collage, printed both sides of sheet, 74.8 x 49.8 cm, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Gift of Edron Pty Ltd - 1995 through the auspices of Alistair McAlpine © Joe Tilson, 1969-70/DACS. Licensed by Copyright Agency


29 September – 2 December 2018

This exhibition explores the most innovative and outstanding ways that steel is being used by artists, designers and architects in Australia in the 21st century and examines our relationship to this extraordinary material.

STEEL: art design architecture is a JamFactory touring exhibition.

Brodie Neil Reverb Wire Chair, 2010,hand formed mirror stainless steel rods, 750 x 830 x 1000. Photo Marzaretti Ronchettit. Collection of Patrick Brillet of Patrick Brillet Fine Art Ltd.