04-Dec-2010 - 22-Dec-2010

2010 CAST Members' Exhibition

The annual CAST Members' Exhibition represents the diversity of work being produced by members. Each year the community that supports CAST comes together to celebrate the year that has been, filling the gallery with a vibrant mix of works.

Image: Nicola Smith, Dodgem Cars, Port of LeHavre, 2010. Photo: Jan Dallas

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30-Oct-2010 - 21-Nov-2010

HANGBANG (nightshift)

John Vella

HANGBANG (nightshift) is a new installation made up of John Vella’s artworks not currently in public or private collections. Hundreds of diverse objects - the artist’s archive - will be stored, numbered and displayed around the gallery periphery as a massive assemblage.

Image: John Vella, HANGBANG (nightshift), 2010, installation detail. Photo: Peter Robinson

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18-Sep-2010 - 17-Oct-2010

SHOTGUN 2010

SCOT COTTERELL, CATH ROBINSON, SARA MAHER

SHOTGUN EXPLODES ONTO THE SCENE AS TASMANIA'S PREMIER EARLY CAREER ARTIST EVENT IN SPRING 2010! Shotgun is a new partnership project with Detached Cultural Organisation, dedicated to providing a platform for promising early career artists based in Tasmania.

Image: Cath Robinson (design)

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14-Aug-2010 - 12-Sep-2010

Laughter

ANDREW HARPER, BENJAMIN BOOTH, RAOM AND LOBA , STEPHEN BIRD, NICOLE ROBSON, HENRI PAPIN

laughter... a magical force that inspires, and is inspired by, all forms of humour: the macabre, deadpan, irony, slapstick, camp, dark comedy, absurd, mordant, dry wit, gallows humour, burlesque, parody, satire, caricature, kitsch, sarcasm, carnivalesque, the comic, etc... a playful enigma which welcomes all and rejects none.

Image: Laughter, 2010, installation view. Photgrapher Peter Angus Robinson

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10-Jul-2010 - 08-Aug-2010

A complex collapse

Denis Beaubois

A complex collapse investigates numerous processes of change, including the way substances, people or thoughts, transform imperceptibly over time. It explores and imagines the loss of control that comes from a gradual molecular change, that occurs within sealed fermenting bodies, and documents the tension between what bubbles away under the surface and what remains unchanged on the exterior.

Image: Denis Beaubois, A complex collapse, 2010, installation view. Photo: Peter Robinson

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