Image: Stewart Cole, Sullun t-shirt design, 2017

21-Jul-2017 - 27-Aug-2017

SULLUN

Stewart Cole, Andrew Harper, Stephanie Kam, Harriet Kate Morgan & Luke Holland, Simon Pericich, Striborg, Matt Warren

 

Embracing Nihilist doom tempered with noise Sullun combines seven artists who have shown a preference for the dark, black, alternative, critical, and subversive. Addressing issues inherent to sub-cultures, especially those associated with printed or plain black clothing Sullun represents aspects of outsider resistance to cultural norms.
Sullun explores “blackening the world” as a lifestyle choice; done with noise, metal, screaming, death, hate, drone, violence, anti-sentiment, anachronism and, of course, the colour black.
 
Exhibition opening features sounds in the CAT Garage. There will be noise.

 

Stewart Cole, Andrew Harper, Stephanie Kam, Harriet Kate Morgan & Luke Holland, Simon Pericich, Striborg, Matt Warren
Curated by Colin Langridge

Simon Pericich, †uff Drag Cul†, 2013/17, burnt art history books, charred asbestos fire blankets, a concerned stranger, shatter proof glass, dimensions variableStewart Cole, untitled, 2017, mixed media, painting, silkscreen, 60 x 65cm each panelAndrew Harper, Raining Blood, 2017, image from t-shirt used in performanceHarriet Morgan & Luke Holland, Fantasy, print on fabric
Stephanie Kam, Unfathomable Self Crucifixion (bracelet), 2017, 13 handforged chain links, hook, nail in oxidized sterling silver, 1.5 x 33cmStriborg and Phaedra, Sin-Nanna of Striborg, 2007, video stillStewart Cole, Untitled, Sullun t-shirt design, 2017
Matt Warren, “Crazy (Like No One Else)”, 2017, still from video projection and sound installation

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