SITUATE / 10 April to 21 May 2017
SPEAKER / 26 April 2017, 12:30-1:30PM at RMIT Building 1, level 2, room 17
PROJECT SPACE / 19 May to 29 June 2017 (Opening 18 May 5-7PM)
Judy Anderson’s work is deeply personal with a focus on spirituality, family, and graffiti with the purpose of honoring people in her life. Her current work honours Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women who have blazed a trail by changing lives and inspiring others, including hers. These installations include beading, handmade-paper, furs, traditionally tanned moose hide, sound and found objects that reveal the complexities of personal relationships.
SPARE ROOM / 19 May to 29 June 2017 (Opening 18 May 5-7PM)
Kieren Seymour is a Melbourne-based artist who's practice is primarily image-based and informed by fragments of politics, economics and personal experiences stitched together with absurdity and humour. He works across multiple mediums, realising works through video, digital painting and photography.
LIGHTSCAPES / 21 February to 18 June 2017 at Rodda Lane
Empire of Dirt is a site-responsive research project and public artwork located in Rodda Lane, engaging both the public space and the Rodda Lane LIGHTSCAPES .
SITE EIGHT / 16 to 28 June 2017 (Opening 15 June 5-7pm, Opening Hours Monday to Saturday 1-5pm or by appointment)
Unintended is an experiential inquiry into the process of meaning-making that stems from our interactions with Contemporary art. The exhibition assembles a collection of sculptural works that re-purpose, re-contextualise and re-invent everyday objects, creating a multi-sensory landscape of anticipation and inquiry. By considering the performative capacity of the art object, its materiality, and construction, Unintended breathes new life into formerly quotidian objects.
Jessica Clark is a curatorial intern at RMIT:ART:INTERSECT and is currently a Master of Art (Arts Management) candidate in the School of Art. Rikki-Paul Bunder, Dom Krapski and Garry Moore are currently undertaking a Master of Fine Art also in the School of Art.
SPEAKER / 25 May 2017, 4.30PM at RMIT Building 13, level 3, room 9
SITUATE / 25 May 2017 to 4 June 2017
Andrea Grützner is in German artist who is in Melbourne to present two bodies of work at the Centre for Contemporary Photography. Both projects are related to a specific guesthouse in Saxony. These series focus on the architecture, history and activities of the space—itself a cultural centre of its village. Within her images, interiors become projection screens for generations of memories and emotions that have occupied the spaces.
LIGHTSCAPES / 21 February to 18 June 2017 at Knox Place and the RMIT Building 2 Lightwell
Each year INTERSECT showcases a selection of exceptional work from the School of Art's most recent graduating students in the Lightscapes. Located in the busy thoroughfare of Knox Lane at Melbourne Central, HIghlights provides these artists a pathway to exhibit immediately after graduation.
PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM / 10 February to 23 March 2017
Polar Patterns is a group exhibition curated by Dr Philip Samartzis designed to articulate the eco-acoustic characteristics and atmospheric effects that dynamically pervade Antarctica. The exhibition includes sound recordings of extreme weather events, images of ice cores, and photographs and text works describing the ephemeral qualities of the polar region.
SPEAKER / 15 March 2017, 12.30-1.30PM at RMIT Building 1, level 2, room 17
Megan Cope is an exciting young artist with a quickly growing profile, attracting attention for her paintings, video work, sculptural installations and site-specific commissions. A Quandamooka woman from North Stradbroke Island, Queensland, her work explores the intricate relationship between environment, geography and identity. Maps feature prominently in Cope’s work; she draws on toponymy (the study of place names) to probe myths and methodologies around colonisation.
SPEAKER / 22 March 2017, 12.30-1.30PM at RMIT Building 1, level 2, room 17
Anne Noble is recognised as a major figure in New Zealand photography, and is known for creating work that demonstrates both formal beauty and critical investigation. She has addressed a range of issues from landscape to religion, the personal to the political, including an extensive body of work on Antartica that challenges its representation as picturesque and sublime.
SPEAKER / 5 April 2017, 12.30-1.30PM at RMIT Building 1, level 2, room 17
Eugenia Lim is an Australian artist who works across video, performance and installation. Interested in how nationalism and stereotypes are formed, Lim invents personas to explore the tensions of an individual within society – the alienation and belonging in a globalised world.
SITE EIGHT / 20 April to 4 May 2017
Intercambio: 24 Stops is an artistic journey along two train lines - the Upfield line of Melbourne and the Hershey line of Havana, Cuba. Developed on an investigative residency, Intercambio is a series of reflective drawings collaged with detritus gleaned from the urban transport environment.
This project is being presented by Prof. Julian Goddard, Head of the RMIT School of Art.
PROJECT SPACE / SPARE ROOM / 31 March to 11 May 2017 (Opening 30 March 5—7PM)
An exhibition celebrating two decades of the Australian Print Workshop Collie Print Trust Scholarship for Emerging Victorian Printmakers, curated by Dr Richard Harding and Anne Virgo OAM, with essay by Dr Ruth Johnstone.