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MARCH // FRAME OF MIND & TAPESTRIES FOR GALAXIES

MARCH AT VERGE March 1 to April 1 Public Programs: The Archive as Constellation, March 16 Gallery 1 // Lucas Davidson :: Frame of Mind Roomsheet :: HERE Frame of Mind is a new site-specific video installation that uses light, mirror and sound to form a complex spatial reconfiguration of the screen. The 16:9 format of the screen […]

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Monograph x Verge // April 22

Monograph x Verge Saturday April 22, 10:30am – 4pm Verge Gallery Join Monograph, a Melbourne-based reading circle, for a day of art-loving bookish goodness. **Places for the Monograph session (12:30-2:30) are strictly limited! RSVP to vergeassistant@usu.edu.au to secure your spot!** In a range of sessions we encourage artists, students, writers, curators and general art lovers […]

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PANEL DISCUSSION // A Third Space : Transience and Identity in the Transnational :: April 20

Panel Discussion :: A Third Space : Transience and Identity in The Transnational Verge Gallery April 20, 5:30pm – 7:30pm Speakers :: Mikala Tai, Adam Porter, Nicole Barakat Join local artists, researchers and the exhibiting artists for a discussion about cross-cultural perspectives, experiences and identities, within and beyond Australia. Re-interpretations of identity within transnational communities […]

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CORPOREAL : THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE :: FEBRUARY 2 – 25

Corporeal : the presence and absence OPENING FEBRUARY 2, CONTINUING TO FEBRUARY 25 Roomsheet :: HERE 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 matter. […]

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D_O_T :: NOVEMBER 16 – DECEMBER 11 // offsite exhibition

Offsite project at Gallerie pompom :: D_O_T OPENING NOVEMBER 16, CONTINUING TO DECEMBER 11 PANEL DISCUSSION :: Indigenising the White Cube, Verge Gallery, November 25, 6-8pm A Mop project hosted in Galerie pompom presented by Verge Gallery Artists: Doris Bush, Martha MacDonald, Isobel Major, Candy Nelson, Maureen Poulson, Beyula Puntungka. Curated by Siân McIntyre with […]

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INDIGENISING THE WHITE CUBE // 2016

PUBLIC PROGRAM for D_O_T exhibition: Friday November 25th 6-8pm Verge Gallery, Jane Foss Russell Plaza, USYD Indigenising the White Cube :: re-thinking curatorial practices Chair: Stephen Gilchrist (Associate Lecturer of Indigenous Art at the University of Sydney) Speakers: Emily McDaniel (Lead Artist Educator, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Programs MCA), Emma Pike (Curator Kaldor Public […]

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OCTOBER AT VERGE GALLERY // 2016

OCTOBER AT VERGE :: Main Gallery :: ANNUAL USU VERGE AWARDS 2016 Side Gallery :: #SOSSCA OPENING OCTOBER 11, CONTINUING TO OCTOBER 22 Main Gallery :: ANNUAL USU VERGE AWARDS 2016 Roomsheet :: HERE Verge Awards give student artists from all University of Sydney campuses and faculties a chance to expose their work to industry […]

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SERIES :: DOUBLE VISION // 2016

DOUBLE VISION :: EXPERIMENTAL LIVE MUSIC Double Vision is a series of free-form gigs held at Verge Gallery showcasing the practice of DIY, experimental, sound artists and musicians. The program seeks to a create platform that encourages collaboration between artists and musicians – and their communities, providing the opportunity to re-frame and recalibrate creative vision […]

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VOLUMETRIC // 2016

SPECIAL EVENT // OCTOBER AT VERGE :: VOLUMETRIC SEPTEMBER 30 – OCTOBER 6 Volumetric is a collaborative development project that will occur over a period of ten days in late September between artists Tim Bruniges, Boris Bagattini and Brooke Stamp.  Working within a reflexive framework, the artists will use sound, light and movement to reinterpret the […]

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