07-Dec-2013 - 22-Dec-2013

2013 Contemporary Art Tasmania Members' Exhibition and Party

CELEBRATION, ENJOYMENT AND SOME FRIVOLITY // Mark the end of the Contemporary Art Tasmania 2013 program of exhibitions and activities by joining us at the annual Members' Exhibition & Party. The gallery will be awash with art work by Contemporary Art Tasmania members and bursting with party fun.

Image: Nadine Kessler, Pferdeapfel, 2013, Horse manure, 40 x 40cm

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23-Oct-2013 - 30-Nov-2013

The Lost World (part 2)

Julie Gough

Andrews Gallery, 23 October – 30 November 2013 Downing St Façade, 6.30 – 8.30pm 22 October – 3 November 2013 Contemporary Art Tasmania, 23 October - 30 November 2013

Image: Julie Gough, The Lost World (part 2), installation detail. Photo courtesy the artist

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19-Oct-2013 - 24-Nov-2013

SHOTGUN 2013

Mary Scott

Shotgun is a partnership project between Contemporary Art Tasmania and Detached set-up to address the needs of Tasmanian artists. The annual project captures artists at a stage when focused support can have significant impact on the development and trajectory of their professional practice. The 2013 Shotgun opportunity has been awarded to Mary Scott with work produced during the project on public display at Contemporary Art Tasmania 19 October - 24 November.

Image: Cath Robinson (design), LANZL (branding)

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06-Aug-2013 - 06-Oct-2013

In search of the marvellous

Pat Brassington

Pat Brassington is one of Australia’s most respected photo-media artists. Across her career, her oeuvre has consistently delved in ideas associated with Surrealism: dreams, psychoanalysis, the uncanny, sexuality, and the abject. In this context, the marvellous is an enchanted and unexpected encounter when the ordinary suddenly becomes extraordinary.

Image: Pat Brassington, Boris, 2013, pigment print, 65 x 43 cm

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12-Jul-2013 - 18-Aug-2013

Hollow in the Paper

JOYCE HINTERDING, PAT BRASSINGTON, DAVID HAINES, FIONA LEE, AMANDA DAVIES, MARIA KUNDA, TEACHING AND LEARNING CINEMA

CURATOR: REBECCA STEVENS // The works within this exhibition reflect on the process of becoming: on transductions of states of energy; and of processes of perception and ‘flexible subjectivities’.

Image: David Haines and Joyce Hinterding, Starlight Driver: Cloudbuster Number Four: Orgone Energy Cloud Engineering Device, 2011-12, anodized aluminium, irrigation piping, water pump. Photograph by Michael Myers, courtesy the artists and Breenspace Gallery Sydney

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