01-Dec-2012 - 16-Dec-2012

2012 CAST Members' Exhibition and Party

CELEBRATION, ENJOYMENT AND SOME FRIVOLITY to mark the end of the CAST 2012 program of exhibitions.

Image: Aaron Horsley, Documentation from the CAST Members' Exhibition and 18th Birthday Party, 2011

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12-Oct-2012 - 18-Nov-2012

Principle Matter

SEAN RAFFERTY, JAI MCKENZIE, DAVID HAINES, PAUL GREEDY

Paul Greedy, David Haines, Jai McKenzie and Sean Rafferty use light differently and for differing lines of enquiry, but all use it to question notions of perception. The psycho-sensory type of experience particular to these artists' work is brought to the fore through Principle Matter. It explores understanding through light, the principle matter involved in all visual experience.

Image: Sean Rafferty, Monument, 2012 (detail), image courtesy of the artist.

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14-Sep-2012 - 07-Oct-2012

SHOTGUN 2012

LUCIENNE RICKARD, JOEL CROSSWELL

New work, industry access and critical engagement.

Image: Cath Robertson (design)

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27-Aug-2012 - 29-Aug-2012

Somewhere else

TINA VENDITTO, TIM WALSH, BERNADETTE LEWIS, JENNI LARGE, SARAH FIDDAMAN, JOEL FENTON, BRIANNA KELL

CHOREOGRAPHER: MARNIE PALOMARES // In line with its goals to both nurture and challenge young and emerging artists, Tasdance has engaged Melbourne-based dancer and choreographer Marnie Palomares to create a dance work that responds to the space and the current exhibition in the CAST Gallery.

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28-Jul-2012 - 26-Aug-2012

In A Silent Way

JOEL STERN, GAIL PRIEST, SAMAAN FIECK, LAWRENCE ENGLISH, DARREN COOK, NICHOLAS BULLEN, MONICA BROOKS, LAURA ALTMAN

CURATOR: MATT WARREN // We live in a noisy world. We all contribute to the noise. Some is intentional, some accidental, some unbeknownst. When creating an environment for a group, media-based art exhibition, it is no different. As these kinds of works invariably emit sound or light, (or both), there is often competition between the works for equal 'billing' in the space, just by virtue of their proximity to each other. This sound exhibition will allow works to have their own space, mood and individual elements and yet become part of a whole. It will contain soundscapes/field recordings/electro-acoustic material that is designed or is able to be played quietly.

Image: Matt Warren, RGB, 2012

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