Past Exhibitions

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07 Jan After

20 January to 6 February 2016 Phillip Adams, BalletLab After - A performance encounter for one person at a time.   In the cult genre of science fiction, abduction is a key obsession. Seminal performance-maker Phillip Adams invites you to disappear in a universe of cinematic imagination. A port hole to the...

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06 Sep SPRING 1883 (2015)

9–13 September 2015 Room 34 The Establishment 5 Bridge Lane, Sydney 2000 Akira Akira Cate Consandine Greg Creek Kate Daw Susan Fereday Lewis Fidock Anna Finlayson Bianca Hester Susan Jacobs Veronica Kent Claire Lambe and Phebe Schmidt Kiron Robinson Bryan Spier Kit Wise Zilverster (Goodwin & Hanenbergh)...

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spier history

03 Jul BRYAN SPIER: History Paintings

3 July to 15 August 2015 History Paintings is Bryan Spier’s fourth exhibition with Sarah Scout Presents and as such builds upon ideas explored in his previous solo exhibitions Heavy Images (2013), Simultaneous Paintings (2011) and Expandable Paintings (2010). However there has been a substantial shift...

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24 May KIRON ROBINSON: Hello. You’ve made it.

22 May to 27 June 2015 Kiron Robinson’s solo exhibition ‘Hello. You’ve made it.’ presents new neon, video, photography and sculptural forms that continue his thinking around doubt, faith and failure as constructive devices. A new suite of work expands the idea that landscape is an...

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24 Mar KATE DAW: Love, Work (Show Me Grace)

27 March to 16 May 2015 Love, Work (Show Me Grace), Kate Daw’s third solo exhibition with the gallery, engages with the complex relationships we have with the world of ‘work’ and the spaces in which we engage in labour and creativity. Central to the exhibition...

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a boy steals cherries

07 Feb ZILVERSTER

13 February to 21 March 2015 A collaboration between Melbourne based artists SHARON GOODWIN and IRENE HANENBERGH. ZILVERSTER was the girlfriend of a friend – a beautiful, alluring and mysterious woman, imbued with desirable female traits. She was gentle, empathetic, sexy; perfect in very way, except –...

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In some places

14 Nov In some places it’s illegal to hang your washing out to dry

Fiona Abicare Nadine Christensen Carolyn Eskdale Claire Lambe and Phebe Schmidt Virginia Overell 14 November to 13 December 2014 Guest curated by Rosemary Forde, In some places it's illegal to hang your washing out to dry features new and existing work by six Melbourne-based artists. Inspired partly by the Sarah Scout Presents...

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10 Oct HOLD: Akira Akira and Bianca Hester

10 October to 8 November 2014 HOLD comprises new sculptural work by Akira Akira and Bianca Hester. Drawing ideas and inspiration from different fields and sources such as cooking, sport, philosophy, design and architecture, Akira Akira’s spatial practice is centred around intuitive experimentation with processes and materials....

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