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ArchiveSound Installation

  1. Belly Belly A Group Exhibition A group exhibition featuring all women artists. Curated by Zoya Godoroja-Prieckaerts read more
  2. Apmere angkentye-kenhe Apmere angkentye-kenhe A place for language A major off-site collaborative social project focused on the importance of Language read more
  3. Feminising the Power Tool Feminising the Power Tool J9 Stanton Past Lofty winner, J9 Stanton, will be exhibiting a collection of her newest works as part of our 2016 Lofty celebrations. read more
  4. Sunset Viewing Area Sunset Viewing Area by Truckin' Life artists Sienna Thornton, Nic Diprose, Ellah Blake Sunset Viewing Area by Truckin’ Life Ellah Blake, Nic Diprose & Sienna Thornton Exhibition Closing Event Friday 28th Oct, 7pm Exhibition 26 – 28 October 2016 It’s like when you first see it it’s surreal, it’s... read more
  5. SPY FEEL SPY FEEL Beth Sometimes SPY FEEL read more
  6. Mind The Gap Mind The Gap Kristian Laemmle-Ruff Mind the Gap by Kristian Laemmle-Ruff Exhibition September 9 – October 1 2016 Opening Night Friday September 16th @ Watch This Space Gallery 6  9pm Guest Speaker for Opening Night: Kieran Finnane Mind the Gap is a... read more
  7. Reconnaissance Reconnaissance Pip McManus Reconnaissance I was never given a story as a child to explain the absence of a father. It was a taboo subject. In 2010 I was invited to participate in an exhibition Manila, the theme was... read more
  8. Becoming Language Becoming Language A Group show by Luhsun tan, Carl Looper & Nina Ross Becoming Language A Group show by Luhsun tan, Carl Looper & Nina Ross A group exhibition of new moving image works by Nina Ross, Luhsun Tan and Carl Looper decompressing the impossibility of personal portraiture, quantum... read more
  9. Magic Dirt Magic Dirt Carly Fischer Magic Dirt An Exhibition by Carly  Fischer As a place at the heart of national mythologies and internationally reproduced cultural clichés, Central Australia is more familiar to many through Australian films than through actually being there.... read more