ANU SoA+D Gallery solo
3.5 years work, 30 pieces, 11 days to see in exchange for one PhD. Fair cop.
Highlights from nearly 4 years will be on show at the ANU School of Art Gallery. Feauturing work created in South Australia, the ACT, the United States and the Outer Hebrides and Shetland Islands of Scotland, and incorporating artefacts photographed in the Adelaide Civic Collection, The South Australian Museum and the National Museum of Australia, the work is so unassuming it’s taken over the entire gallery!
What: photographic works, stereoviews, cinematic parallax video projections, blood, sweat, money and tears (in that order)
Where: ANU School of Art Gallery, Ellery Cres, Acton ACT 2601
When: Opening Wednesday 6pm, March 29. Exhibition March 30 – April 8
Also, one work from the show will be seen across the lake as part of the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2017.
What: can’t say (the gallery asked nicely not to until opening)
Where: National Portrait Gallery, King Edward Terrace, Parkes, Canberra, ACT 2600
When: April 1 – June 18 then touring until 2018.
I’m also thrilled that the amazing painter Claudia Chaseling is to launch her magnificent new monograph in the adjoinng Foyer Gallery on the night! Spatial painting meets dimensional photography with some fluorescence thrown in for good measure.
The ANU School of Art Gallery is a public art space which performs an integrated and critical function within the School of Art community, the broader constituency of the Australian National University and the ACT community.
The Gallery presents an annual exhibition program, with related publications and associated events, which critically frames Australian visual art practice, presents graduate and post-graduate work in a professional gallery context and reflects the international profile of the ANU School of Art.
ANU School of Art Main Gallery