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SITUATION exhibition and symposium

RMIT Design Hub is host­ing SITUATION from 23 July to 3 August 2014, an exhi­bi­tion and plat­form for the 7th IDEA inter­na­tional sym­po­sium on Inte­rior Design. Con­tinue reading…

Ode to Formation

A cat­a­logue essay on Belle Bassin’s work in Ode to Form, an exhi­bi­tion at West Space, curated by Kelly Fleidner.

Full text on the Ode to Form web­site: Ode to For­ma­tion  Con­tinue reading…

Satellite Art Projects

I’ve never really doc­u­mented the projects I devel­oped and curated as Direc­tor of Satel­lite Art Projects on this site, which I’ve always seen as a sort of inci­den­tal repos­i­tory, often where there wasn’t an organisation-specific archive online. Now that my time is near fully taken up with my role at the National Gallery of Vic­to­ria – reward­ingly so I should add – I thought it a good time to sum­marise and link to the work I did under the Satel­lite Art Projects ban­ner in one post. Con­tinue reading…

Slave Pianos performance

Doc­u­men­ta­tion of ‘The Gift’, the Slave Pianos per­for­mance pre­sented at the clos­ing event of the Danius Kesmi­nas exhi­bi­tion tril­ogy at MUMA, SLAVE PIANOS | PUNKASILA | PIPELINE TO OBLIVION : 3 Projects by Danius Kesmi­nas and col­lab­o­ra­tors.

Video cour­tesy Monash Uni­ver­sity Museum of Art | MUMA.

Danius Kesminas exhibition wins national award

The exhi­bi­tion SLAVE PIANOS | PUNKASILA | PIPELINE TO OBLIVION : 3 Projects by Danius Kesmi­nas and col­lab­o­ra­tors at MUMA won a national award for ‘Best Tem­po­rary Exhi­bi­tion’ in Muse­ums Australia’s annual awards.

The judges com­ments include: ‘Judges were impressed by the inno­v­a­tive reach of this con­tem­po­rary art project, its inter­na­tional scope, the breadth of its cura­to­r­ial treat­ment and pre­sen­ta­tion, its diverse audi­ence appeal, and its high-quality cat­a­logue essays.


3 Projects by Danius Kesmi­nas and collaborators

Monash Uni­ver­sity Museum of Art, Caulfield campus

5 May — 23 July 2011

Cura­tor: Max Delany

Assis­tant Cura­tor: Simon Maidment

Exhi­bi­tion, per­for­mances and cat­a­logue fea­tur­ing writ­ing by John C Welch­man and Max Delany.

NETWORKS (cells & silos)

Monash Uni­ver­sity Museum of Art, Caulfield campus

1 Feb­ru­ary — 16 April 2011

Cura­tor: Geral­dine Barlow

Assis­tant Cura­tor: Simon Maidment

Artists: Natalie Bookchin, Chris Bond, Dorothy Braund, Heath Bunting, Mutlu Çerkez, John Dunkley-Smith, Mikala Dwyer, Gali Yalka­r­ri­wuy Gur­ruwiwi, Roger Kemp, Aaron Koblin, Hilarie Mais, Nick Man­gan, Andrew McQual­ter, Jan Nel­son, Ker­rie Poli­ness, Koji Ryui, San­dra Selig, Bryan Spier, Masato Takasaka, Michelle Teran, Justin Tren­dall, Kit Wise, Tjaduwa Wood

When the Journey becomes the Destination

Fea­ture arti­cle for Pub­lic Art Review, Spring/Summer 2010 issue, Ed. Anne Lox­ley. Excerpt only. Con­tinue reading…

Dying in Spite of the Miraculous

Co-curated exhi­bi­tion at Gertrude Con­tem­po­rary as part of the 2010 Mel­bourne Inter­na­tional Arts Festival.

Fea­tur­ing work by six major inter­na­tional artists, Jeremy Blake, Ulla von Bran­den­burg, Bas Jan Ader, Joachim Koester, Mel O’Callaghan and Saskia Olde Wol­bers, Dying in Spite of the Mirac­u­lous reveals the shad­owy out­lines that bleed between worlds, where the artist becomes insep­a­ra­ble from their haunt­ing of a site or a story. Con­tinue reading…

Kindness & Criticality

Text for Col­umn 4, pub­lished by Art­space Syd­ney (Ed. Reuben Kee­han). A response to Spaces of Art, 2009 inter­na­tional con­fer­ence held at the Art Gallery of NSW & Art­space, Sydney.

Con­tinue reading…

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