Exhibitions, Upcoming

2019 PROGRAM

EXHIBITION PROGRAM 2019 JANUARY-FEBRUARY AT VERGE January 17 – February 23 Monuments to moments: Talia Smith  Monuments to moments explores the physical and emotional marks left on the landscape left from human interaction and how that can effect a viewer. This exhibition uses photography and video. A way to sync, live in the world, and […]

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Running Dog at Verge

Running Dog at Verge Gallery Mariam Arcilla, Naomi Riddle, Soo-Min Shim, and Em Size Verge Gallery is excited to be partnering with Running Dog in 2019, presenting several events across the year. These events will expand on Running Dog and Verge Gallery’s commitment to fostering critical dialogue around creative practice, and engaging with audiences. The […]

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WRITING WITH/ABOUT DESIRE

Running Dog at Verge :: Writing with/ about desire May 8, 6-8pm Admission is free ‘Writing with/about desire’ will bring together Enoch Mailangi, Loc Nguyen and Athena Thebus in conversation with Running Dog contributor Em Size to discuss desire, text and creative practice. Language and desire are often problems that resist our attempts to solve […]

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Independent Curating // Concepts, Challenges and Collabs

Independent Curating // Concepts, Challenges and Collabs Curatorial Symposium 10 May 2019 FREE, RSVP via Eventbrite Panellists include: Andy Butler, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Sebastian Henry-Jones & Maeve Parker (Desire Lines), Kōtare (fka DJ Sezzo), Tahjee Moar, Talia Smith and Tian Zhang. Facilitated by Nanette Orly Independent Curating // Concepts, Challenges and Collabs is a one day […]

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2019 PUBLIC PROGRAMS

PUBLIC PROGRAMS 2019 FEBRUARY AT VERGE February 23 Art Crit with Talia Smith and Justin Balmain Verge Gallery’s Art Crit — this participatory critical discussion will cover key themes in each individual exhibition as well as the overarching themes between the two exhibitions Monuments to moments and A way to sync, live in the world, […]

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ART CRIT :: DECEMBER 15

Art Crit :: Personal Best Saturday December 15, 1:00pm-3:00pm Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Verge Gallery’s Art Crit — this participatory critical discussion will cover key themes in each individual artwork as well as the overarching themes within the exhibition Personal Best. Personal Best (install shot), 2018. Verge Gallery, photo: Zan Wimberley

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ART CRIT :: FEBRUARY 23

Art Crit :: Monuments to moments and A way to sync, live in the world, and the opposite of relax Saturday February 23, 1:00pm-3:00pm Verge Gallery Free // All welcome Verge Gallery’s Art Crit — a participatory critical discussion around themes explored within the current exhibitions: Talia Smith’s Monuments to moments and Justin Balmain’s A way to sync, live in […]

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Empire of mind: the shape of internet companies influence on culture

Empire of mind: the shape of internet companies influence on culture. Thursday 21 February 2019 6:00-7:30pm Empire of mind: the shape of internet companies influence on culture is a panel discussion looking at the omnipotence of internet companies such as Netflix, Facebook and Google and their imperialistic impact on culture. The question of the debate […]

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Talkin’ About Talkin’ About Art

Talkin’ About Talkin’ About Art Presented by Runway Magazine in partnership with Verge Gallery Wednesday December 5, 6pm-8pm Tickets available via Eventbrite Runway – Australian Experimental Art Journal and Verge Gallery present a writers round-table facilitated by Tai Mitsuji and special guest Judy Annear. The two writers will first unpack their approach to writing, before […]

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The Failure Debate

The Failure Debate 21.11.18, from 6:30pm Facilitated by Sophie Penkethman-Young The Failure Debate answers the question ‘Is it good to fail?’. The Failure Debate explores hard work and the joys of losing from the six unique point of views. Join us on Wednesday 21 November to hear two teams of winning professionals compete to prove […]

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