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Steel Magnolias, Link Tree & Bolero: A Tale of Tech Support

*Please note that in response to the current COVID-19 situation, the opening and exhibitions will be postponed. These exhibitions will be included in our 2021 program and open in the early months of 2021. 26 MARCH-1 MAY Opening: 26 March, 6-8 pm Exhibition continuing until 1 May Steel Magnolias Jana Hawkins-Andersen with Ainslie Templeton ‘What […]

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In conversation: ‘Photomechanical’

*Please note, in response to the COVID-19 situation, this public program has been cancelled. In conversation: Photomechanical with Yvette Hamilton, Jack Harman, Matthew James & Zan Wimberley. Wednesday 18 March 6-7:30 pm In Camera Lucida Roland Barthes states ‘I wanted to learn at all costs what photography was “in itself” by what essential feature it […]

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Art & Technology Now

Gestural Robotics Workshop with Vaughan Wozniak-O’Connor Wednesday 11 March, 1-2pm, THINK SPACE 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 […]

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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

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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Current, Public Programs

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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‘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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