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pause.play is part one of Verge Project’s ongoing investigation of a developing global situation; examining how we are learning to navigate, adapt and respond to a world in flux and the changing university landscape.  Curated by USYD Arts student Anthia Balis pause.play aims to connect the USYD community through the retelling of personal experiences—about their […]

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Entre Todo, Todxs (Among Everything, Everyone)

27 AUGUST-23 OCTOBER 2020 Entre Todo, Todxs (Among Everything, Everyone) Nadia Hernández Entre Todo, Todxs (Among Everything, Everyone) is a new body of work consisting of paintings, paper cutouts, textiles and sound presented at Verge Gallery. This exhibition articulates the intersection between hope and conflict through the documentation of collective memories, imagery, and sounds.    “The […]

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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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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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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 Expressions of interest artistic program

Verge Gallery is currently seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for our artistic program in 2020. The EOI call-out is open to the public and Verge accepts applications from artists, curators, writers and creative producers. Applicants are encouraged to submit proposals relevant to current cultural, social, scientific and/or artistic discourse for Verge’s Exhibition and/or Public Programs. […]

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23 MAY – 22 JUNE

Opening 23 May, 6-8pm Beta Blockers- Connie AnthesObliteration, Creation – Ohni BluContinuing until June 22 PUBLIC PROGRAMS+Hosted conversations with Connie Anthes and guests More information + Artist talks Saturday 22 May, 1-3pm Beta BlockersConnie Anthes Beta Blockers is an exhibition of wearable/tactile sculptural installations exploring political, fleshy and spatial resistances. It is important that acts […]

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2018 PROGRAM

VERGE GALLERY PROGRAM 2018 JANUARY-FEBRUARY AT VERGE January 18 – February 24 Andrew Bracey, Louise K. Wilson, Tim Etchells, Andrew Pepper, Cocker & Thornton, Rochelle Haley, Kate Corder, Steve Dutton, Luce Choules, Morrad + McArthur, Brazier & Free, and Angela Bartram :: Documents, Alternatives Documents Alternatives is a (re-)staging of ephemeral artworks that is in […]

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2017 PROGRAM

VERGE GALLERY PROGRAM 2017 FEBRUARY AT VERGE February 2 – February 25 Corporeal : the presence and absence Corporeal : the presence and absence presents a selection of tangible works with intangible qualities. Showcasing mediums spanning from installation and documentation to video, photographic, and sound, this exhibition aims to unfold the seen and unseen areas of […]

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EOI INFO

Verge Gallery supports the development of diverse creative practice through an extensive exhibition and event calendar. Our call-outs are open to the public. Each submission will be assessed by the Verge Gallery Student Committee and the shortlisted submissions will be reviewed and programmed by the Verge Gallery Director, the two Verge Gallery Student Assistants and an […]

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