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, 2017Stephanie Kam, Corporal Dissonance ll, 2017, 2-channel stop-motion animation loop, CRT televisions, DVD players. Been in the kitchen making a sandwich, 2017, photocopy collage on perspex, nails, light. Photo Jan Dallas
Pip Stafford and Matt Warren, live concert, Sullun exhibition opening, Contemporary Art Tasmania, 2017. Photo Jan DallasSullun exhibition opening, Contemporary Art Tasmania, 2017. Photo Jan DallasSullun exhibition opening, Contemporary Art Tasmania, 2017. Photo Jan DallasStriborg, live concert, Sullun exhibition opening, Contemporary Art Tasmania, 2017. Photo Jan Dallas
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