BIG WEST HOUSE // Beginning installation of the shutter component for our WINDOW SPACES in Footscray, for the @bigwestfestival 2015 // Second Year - Semester Two
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BIG WEST HOUSE // Design-Make studio in collaboration with NMBW and TORAFU Architects & Victoria University // Furniture spaces designed by Monash students for the BIG WEST FESTIVAL
Photo credit: @peterbbennetts
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Interior Architecture graduate Samantha Barry and Monash Engineering grads Sean Malikides and Din Hearth are leading a team of students in the creation of "THRIVE" an immersive interactive installation to be unveiled at Open Day 2016, 7 August, 10am - 4pm.
Tonight (Wed) @ 6pm: Opening of "Nicholas Mangan: Limits to Growth" a survey exhibition of works from MADA Lecturer Nicholas Mangan.
With a strong research base in both history and science, Mangan's work addresses a range of themes, including the ongoing impacts of colonialism, humanity's relationship with the natural environment, contemporary consumptive cultures and the complex dynamics of the global political economy.
Exhibition 20 July - 17 September @ MUMA (Monash University Museum of Art)
Image: Nicholas Mangan, Matter over mined, 2012, C-print on cotton paper 69 x 103cm.
Congratulations to Visual Arts student Rebekka Lord-Johnson for her nomination for the 2016 Rick Amor Drawing Prize.
Open to artists of all ages, the annual prize receives hundreds of entries from a wide range of students and professionals. Her nomination is a fantastic honour and an incredible accomplishment for a 1st year student.
All of the nominated works are can be viewed at the Art Gallery of Ballarat until 2 Oct.
Go check this out if you're at Spencer Street railway station Melbourne. Thanks for the image @cameronjamesbruhn! #artwork #inflateables #wiradjuri #installationart #pattern @tolarno @roslynoxley9 @galerieobadia @brook_andrew_artist #brookandrew #monashada #monashfineart
Now at West Space: "Opening Act, 2016" by MADA Senior Lecturer Fiona Macdonald – an exhibition in two incomplete parts: a deconstructed film, a badly performed score, an overture to an inconclusive performance. 14 July – 15 August.
Opening tomorrow (Wednesday) at MADA Gallery: "The Scent of the Jabberwocky" an exhibition of work by MADA PhD candidate Liz Henderson. Vision and sound have traditionally been viewed as being the superior senses within epistemology. This thesis contends that olfaction which is considered to be one of the three subordinate senses can challenge the higher senses and form a strong basis for artistic inquiry. The research explores the problematics of writing, making and picturing the unspeakable, the unutterable and the unnameable. Exhibition 13-22 July 2016. Free entry, all welcome.
Opening tomorrow (Wednesday) at MADA Gallery: "Complex Forms and Fragmentary Structures" an exhibition of work by MADA PhD candidate Meredith Turnbull, exploring the function and sites of operation of a sculptural and spatial project. The focus of this research is to develop a unified and differential framework that engages across scale, art historical traditions and artistic genres. Exhibition 13-22 July 2016. Free entry, all welcome.