The Adventures of AECAP
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre
11 June - 7 August
This exhibition will feature a series of dioramas, larger than life sculptures and hands on activities where Aecap, Alasdair Macintyre's self referential character, explores what it means to be an artist.
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TONY ALBERT, EX DE MEDICI, ALASDAIR MACINTYRE
WAR - A Playground Perspective
14 May - 14 August 2016
Armory Gallery, Newington
Open weekends only
This exhibition will explore and interrogate our understanding of war and draw on the work of some of Australia’s leading contemporary artists. Curated by Allan Giddy and Nick Vickers, it will feature paintings, installations and digital media projections, and will utilise both the Armory Gallery and Building 20, the Armory’s original 19th century gunpowder magazine.
A Playground Perspective neither condemns nor condones the conditions of war.
The proximity of bunker and gallery to the new playground facility at The Armory offers a perfect counterpoint for an exhibition that has a lot in common with the playground and an underlying theme which is, of course, much more onerous.
A Playground Perspective provides the opportunity for artists to seriously examine an aspect of human nature that is deeply embedded in our communal psyche – territorialism.
LIAM O'BRIEN & ALASDAIR MACINTYRE
5 December - 7 February 2016
Outer space, can be defined as the void that exists between celestial bodies, including the Earth. The contemporary exhibition, Outer Space utilises the idea of space as a metaphor to explore the limits and agency of the physical body and human existence within the physical environments.
Salon des Refusés
S. H. Ervin Gallery
18 July - 13 September
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