Lucas Grogan – Late Last Night

It all feels like a bad dream.

I began making this exhibition towards the end of 2019. And I didn’t want to make a body of work about the descending dark age of nationalism, the nightmare of environmental destruction and … Continued

Paul Sloan – Animal Kingdom

Paul Sloan’s Animal Kingdom (2020) measures the beauty, absurdity and looming threat of the animal world using the slide rules of grayscale, hermeticism, and anthropomorphic projection. A cat emerges from inky darkness. A long-tailed tit stares at the viewer, poised … Continued

William Mackinnon – Learning to love the wind

In 2018 Mackinnon was injured in a surfing accident, which meant he had to change the way he painted in order to produce his large-scale canvases. This injury, followed by pandemic-induced lockdown, may have tested his mettle, however he has … Continued

Pip Ryan – Flesh Creepers

Flesh Creepers is a new series of works that started whilst on residency at Bundanon Trust in November 2019 and has continued throughout the pandemic. Both Bundanon and the lockdown are spaces that are isolated, one in the landscape and … Continued

Marc Etherington – Cave Paintings

‘Cave Paintings’ is about how since moving to Canada a year and a half ago, I have been feeling isolated and missing my family and friends. It’s hard starting off in a new country. I’ve found solace is listening to … Continued

Pepai Jangala Carroll – Ngayulu ngaranyi nyaratja (I was standing there)

Elvis Richardson – Settlement and the Gatekeepers

Artist Statement

Settlement and the Gatekeepers is a suite of new works using painted metal and photography that expand upon previous iterations of Settlement 2016 investigating the aesthetics and personalities found in domestic interiors and access to the Australian dream … Continued

Bridie Gillman – A space between walls

Artist Statement

My practice is informed by ideas of place, and the ways in which experiences and memories shape our perspective of a site. Everyday observations that could be easily overlooked or forgotten are remembered and expressed in paint using … Continued

2019 Exhibitions

Justine Varga – Areola

Kate Just – From China With Love

What does love have to do with it?

By Sophia Cai

One of the truisms that we are told about love is that absence makes the heart grow fonder, that distance from our dear ones makes us love them even … Continued

Ildiko Kovacs – Both Ways

Gerry Wedd – Pot Songs

Sera Waters – Dazzleland

Kenny Pittock – Every Kind of Shape

An exhibition of nine new ceramic sculptures by Kenny Pittock.

When learning to draw we’re often taught to break down everything we see into five basic geometric shapes- the triangle, the oblong, the circle, the square and the oval. Every … Continued

Sally Bourke – The Quick Brown Fox

Narelle Autio – around a golden sun

Amy Joy Watson – Super Natural Geologies

Grant Parke – Every Person on the B10 Bus

Artist Statement

The bus is a strange place. Groups of humans gathered together in closed quarters pretending they are alone. Regular travellers will know someone on their route visually but will never know their name. They are often just a … Continued

Figure & Ground – Gerwyn Davies, Claire Lambe, Fabian Muir, Polixeni Papapetrou, Dr. Christian Thompson AO

 

Claudia Nicholson – Go Gently

Sydney Contemporary

Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka – Miṯtji – The Group

 

Gunybi Ganambarr | Manini Gumana | Malaluba Gumana | Djambawa Marawili AM | Noŋgirrŋa Marawili | Dhuwarrwarr Marika | Baluka Maymuru | Garawan Waṉambi | Nyapanyapa Yunupiŋu

Miṯtji is a word which means a group (of people), family, tribe, … Continued

Trent Parke – The Crimson Line