21-Nov-2009 - 20-Dec-2009
An annual group exhibition of works in any media by current CAST members. A veritable celebration of the vibrant art community in Tasmania to round off the eventful year that has been 2009!
23-Oct-2009 - 21-Nov-2009
Judith Abell, Tristan Stowards, Anthony Johnson, Astra Howard
CURATOR: PAULA SILVA // This off-site exhibition/event will be presented/preformed across 4 weeks, by four artists, each artist in one week: Judith Abell, Tristan Stowards, Anthony Johnson and Astra Howard. The space is a common shop space located in a high foot traffic area of Hobart CBD - Cat & Fiddle shopping centre. The four artists have different practices, ranging from object-based art to performative and relational art. These varied practices will transform a common shop space into four different spaces/situations in one month. During this period the space will be deprived of any characteristic that can legitimize the presentation/performance as art.
17-Oct-2009 - 08-Nov-2009
The Holy Trinity (TRICKY WALSH, MISH MEIJERS, ALICIA KING)
1200cc Mary is a cross-media installation that explores the interconnected circularity of the psychosocial and cultural characteristics surrounding bodily change and gender fluidity that accompany pubescent transformation.
12-Sep-2009 - 04-Oct-2009
PATRICIA TODARELLO, EMIDIO PUGLIELLI, SALVATORE PANATTERI, DAVID MARTIN, GOTTFRIED JÄGER
A photograph is a chair. Jean Paul Sartre told me so. Rene Magritte made a painting of it, turned it into a pipe, and then said it wasn’t really a pipe at all. Roland Barthes later found that the chair was indeed a photograph. It turned out to be a photograph of his mother - but not one that he recognised. Roland decided not to show it to us because we wouldn’t have recognised it either – we probably would have concluded that it was really a chair after all.
15-Aug-2009 - 06-Sep-2009
TOM O'HERN, BEC STEVENS, JACOB LEARY
3 into 1 is an annual exhibition format in which three early career artists present independent solo exhibitions of new work simultaneously in CAST Gallery. In 2009 CAST present three artists investigating systems, patterns or acts of colonisation: Jacob Leary, Tom O'Hern and Bec Stevens.