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Art & Technology Now

Gestural Robotics Workshop with Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor Wednesday 11 March, 1-2pm, THINKSPACE How can robots draw? Could this change the way we think about the handmade? Join artist Vaughan Wozniak O’Connor, in a workshop that discusses art, technology and the blurry line between digital and physical. In this one hour lunchtime workshop, Wozniak O’Connor will discuss his use of […]

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Automate Me

Running Dog X Verge 2020 AUTOMATE ME Thursday 5 March, 6-8 pm Running Dog presents a night of screenings, text and performance for Automate Me—the first in a series of events in partnership with Verge Gallery in 2020. Bringing together the work of Rory Green (AUS), Alison Nguyen (USA), Jens Settergren (DEN), and Kynan Tan […]

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Flash Drive

FLASH DRIVE Bronte Cormican-Jones, Indivi Bacon, Roisin Spencer, Rosie Thomas, Ruby Reid, Sophie Zhou, Squished Cockroach, Tara Lyubicic, Victor Zhou. Curated by Keesha Field and Alexandra Jonscher Opening Friday 14 February, 3:30-5:30 pm, Manning Building, Level 1 Manning Building, Level 1 and Laneway Cafe, University of Sydney Continuing until 29 May A flash drive is […]

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Exhibitions, Upcoming

Photomechanical & Geospatial Atlas

13 FEBRUARY–20 MARCH Photomechanical Ciaran Begley, Jack Dunbar, Jack Harman (cur), Matthew James, Sarah Mosca & Zan Wimberley Opening Thursday 13 February 6-8 pm Photomechanical explores the slippage between photo and object: how light is used as a tool for sculpting photographic material and how these processes might adumbrate some knowledge of the medium. The artists present […]

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Geospatial Atlas

13 FEBRUARY–20 MARCH Geospatial Atlas Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor Opening Thursday 13 February 6-8 pm Geospatial Atlas explores the creative potential of using tracking technologies as a drawing tool. Presented as a fragmented atlas of biometric data and embodied glitches, this exhibition attempts to map the emotional qualities of places as filtered through disorienting new technologies. Image […]

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2020 PUBLIC PROGRAMS

FEBRUARY Queer Stories Thursday 6 February6-7:30pm Convened by Sharon Hong Taking cues from This is who I am, Queer Stories will be an intimate conversation and experience exchange examining racial and political topics relating to the LGBTQIA+ community. By opening the discussion to the wider community, this conversation seeks to broaden a deeper understanding of the experiences of LGBTQIA+ people who reside in […]

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Queer Stories

Thursday 6 February6pm-7:30pm Convened by Sharon Hong Taking cues from This is who I am, Queer Stories will be an intimate conversation and experience exchange examining racial and political topics relating to the LGBTQIA+ community. By opening the discussion to the wider community, this conversation seeks to broaden a deeper understanding of the experiences of […]

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Exhibitions

This is who I am

16 JANUARY–7 FEBRUARY This is who I am Lilly Lai, EJ Son, Soo-min Shim, Athena Thebus and Chloe Corkran & Zoe Wong Curated by Sharon Hong Opening Thursday 16 January 6-8 pm This is who I am explores the experience of being queer Asian-Australian; the familial connections, cultural expectations, and the binary conflicts on the disparities […]

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Running Dog x Verge 2020

Verge is thrilled to announce that we are continuing our partnership with Running Dog in 2020, producing four events over the course of the year. Automate Me, Talk about the weather, Be Like Water and Live/Stream/Now will tackle four disruptive features of our present moment: automation, ecological collapse, political unrest, and mediated fake news. The […]

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2020 EXHIBITION PROGRAM

16 JANUARY–7 FEBRUARYThis is who I am Lilly Lai, EJ Son, Soo-min Shim, Athena Thebus and Chloe Corkran & Zoe WongCurated by Sharon Hong This is who I am explores the experience of being queer Asian-Australian; the familial connections, cultural expectations, and the binary conflicts on the disparities of the Eastand West. The exhibition showcases five […]

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