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Programmet:

8. februar til 24. februar utstilling med kunstneren Anne-May Fossnes. Utstilligen "Frustrasjon og Fascinasjon" med åpningsord ved Kristine Kolloen Nilsen.

21. februar Tørst & Tegning.

22. februar Omvisning med Anne-May Fossnes kl.18.

8. mars til 24. mars utstilling med kunstneren Elmedin Zunic.

23. mars Frø- og plantebyttemarked i KRS kl. 12.

5. april til 21. april utstilling med Nadia-Liv Mandrup. Utstillingen "CUNT" med åpningsord ved Mikaela Vasstrøm og Ane Skjævestad fredag 5. april kl.18.

3. mai til 19. mai utstilling med kunstneren Martin Woll Godal med åpningsord ved Erlend Helling-Larsen.

31. mai til 16. juni utstilling med kunstneren Franzisca Siegrist.

21. juni til 23. juni utstilling med kunstneren MAx Provenzano.

5. til 11. juli  gruppeutstilling med Kunstnerne Pamela See (Xue Mei-Ling), Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox, Svetlana Trefilova, Li Gang og David Harris.

6. juni Workshop "Leaving" The artist Pamela See will hold a workshop where the participants are encouraged to explore what they hope to leave for future generations through printmaking. From 12:00 to 16:00 information: https://www.facebook.com/events/633267913822597/

 

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MyOptic

 

 

We invite to the group exhibition "My Optic"

David Harris, Pamela See (Xue Mei-Ling), Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox, Li Gang, Svetlana Trefilova.

Exhibition opening is Friday 5th July at 18:00. The exhibition lasts until 12th July.


My Optic

During the fifteenth century, artist emerged as a distinct profession to artisan and art was classified as a science. To create compositions in service of god, artists during the renaissance developed optics.

The artists in My Optic provide a diversity of interpretations on this friend of scientific study. Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox, a research fellow at the University of Queensland, will present a series drone paintings that investigates the militarisation of this technology as a form of surveillance. The papercuts by Griffith University PhD Candidate, Pamela See depicted drones of the apes variety. In addition to acknowledging the ecological role of this keystone species, her vignettes use depictions of distinct bee behaviours as allegories for human interactions. Similarly representing macrocosms, Griffith University Doctor of Visual Arts Candidate Svetlana Trefilova’s video artwork depicts painting under a microscope. Fellow scientist and Griffith University PhD Candidate, David Harris, will exhibit a generative code animation based on celestial mechanics. The code creates a unique composition each time it is activated that bears resemblance to 1970s Geometric Op Art. Li Gang, a graduate of the Victorian College of Art, will present a video depicting the ignition of Catkins Willow seed, a process that resembles the burning of snow.

Photo: cortesy of David Harris.

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