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Presence looks at the ways in which the presence of the body is signified and materially understood through discussions of autonomy, the digital body, queer embodied experience and fetishisation. Focusing on sculptural forms and non-literal depictions of body, the project engages artists from marginalized perspectives as central to inform its discussion. Presence challenges the hetero-normative gaze's relationship with body through asserting the power of a queer gaze and approach to artistic practice. Curated by Brigid Hansen and Zoë Bastin. Featuring the work of Anna Horne, Archie Barry, Holly Bates, Isabella Hone-Saunders, Lou Fourie and Zoë Bastin.Read more
Classic Cinemas in Elsternwick is an art-house cinema that sits in the hub of activity in the City of Glen Eira. They are running as season of Art on Screen. Titles include, Canaletto and the Art of Venice, Cezanne Portraits of a Life, I, Claude Monet and Vincent Van Gogh: A New Way of Seeing. These film all have different release dates between August 2018 and February 2019 and will each run for a short season.Read more
We are delighted to have Roman Schoeni's exhibition 'A gentle breeze towards eternity'. Swiss artist Roman Schoeni exhibits a selected series of paintings created in Melbourne over the last two years. He questions the desire and ability of control in an overall context. His work talks about a journey along the fine line between consciousness and subconsciousness, colour and sound, life and afterlife.Read more