Analogue Art in a Digital World presented a survey of contemporary artists who use the analogue practices of painting and drawing to create artworks that engage with or are influenced by digital visual culture.
At the beginning of the year Wendy Kelly and I embarked on a project exploring the experience of being forced out of the familiar and into a changed environment.
What if beyond our dislocated dreams we could sense a parallel universe made possible because we could see more of the information which we cannot now see.
West End Art Space
185 Rosslyn Street, West Melbourne
October, 5 – 27th 2018
Opening night at Justin House Museum (JAHM) for Black White and Red All Over.
Abstraction Twenty Eighteen was a collaborative exhibition between Five Walls Projects, Justin House Museum, Stephen McLaughlin Gallery, Langford 120 in Melbourne and Factory 49 in Sydney. The exhibitions were timed to coincide with the Field Revisited exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.
A joint exhibition with Matthew Johnson at Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide February 1-24, 2018.
Curated by Dr Irene Barberis, this exhibition explored Edge and its multifarious meanings. Featuring some 50 artists, it was an exciting way to start the year.
[not|fair], founded in 2010 as a not-for-profit foundation, is a hybrid of curated survey exhibition and commercial art fair.
Each year Charles Nodrum curates an exhibition on Abstraction. In this year’s exhibition, he included two of my paintings, Black/White and White/Black.