22 May 2013
Following the 2012 exhibition at Anna Schwartz Gallery Sydney, Daniel Crook’s remapping opens at Two Rooms in Auckland on 24 May.
Exhibition dates: 24 May – 7 July 2013
21 May 2013
Mikala Dwyer’s Goldene Bend’er opens at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art on 25 May, featuring major new installation works connecting all three of the gallery's spaces. The exhibition is the latest in ACCA's Influential Australian Artist Series.
Exhibition dates: 25 May – 28 July 2013
Australian Centre for Contemporary Art
20 May 2013
The Centre for Contemporary Photography presents Daniel von Sturmer’s After Images, opening Friday 24 May. In this new body of works, ‘important artefacts’ are exhibited alongside generic studio objects, the relationship between which being questioned.
Exhibition dates: 24 May – 14 July 2013
The Centre for Contemporary Photography
20 May 2013
As part of her commission for the Ian Potter Sculpture Court, This Place Will Always be Open, MUMA and Emily Floyd have put together a public forum titled 'Disobedience', examining the history and legacy of student protest movements on campus at Monash University. Disobedience will focus on the origins of student activism at Monash University and the 'student struggles' of The Monash Labor Club in the 1960s and 70s; their unique understanding of Marxism and the application of their praxis to contemporary forms of occupation, Situationism, information technology and knowledge production. Also on display will be Students in Dissent, a group project initiated by Warren Taylor, Stewart Russell, and Emily Floyd with participation by students from Monash Art Design and Architecture. The group worked together to research, document and reproduce printed ephemera relating to the student movements of the late 1960s, focusing on the pivotal actions of students at Monash University following the events of Paris May 68.
'Disobedience: The Monash Labor Club and student struggles of the 1960s and '70s' Wednesday 22 May 2013, 5.30 - 7.30pm, Monash University Museum of Art.
Convener: Dr Kate Murphy, Lecturer in Contemporary History, Monash University
Speakers: Darce Cassidy, Mike Hyde, Jill Jolliffe, Ken Mansell and Dave Nadel
The Forum is free to attend but bookings are required. Please click here to book.