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SALON February 2019

SALON February 2019
COVER FEBRUARY 2019: Lucas IHLEIN, Kim WILLIAMS, and community collaborators, Legumes growing at the Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens, April 2018 (detail). Photo by Jac Kotze. Image courtesy of the artist and Watershed Land Art Project. Shapes of Knowledge, MUMA, Monash University Museum, Ground Floor, Building F, Monash University, Caulfield Campus, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East (VIC), 9 February – Saturday 13 April 2019 – monash.edu/muma
Rosalind ATKINS and eX DE MEDICI, Lake Mungo 2017-18, engraved and etched copper, 1/6, 76 x 112.5cm, (c) Image courtesy of Art Vault and the artists. Australian Print Triennial Mungo Exhibition, La Trobe Art Institute, 121 View Street, Bendigo (VIC), until 23 February 2019 – latrobe.edu.au/art-institute
Annemieke MEIN, Untitled [Water Dragon], 1979, Textile, 115 x 132cm, Private Collection. Annemieke Mein: New Exhibition, Gippsland Art Gallery, Wellington Centre, 70 Foster Street Sale (VIC), 26 January – 21 July 2019 – gippslandartgallery.com
William KENTRIDGE, South Africa, born 1955, The Hope in the Charcoal Cloud 2014, Johannesburg, charcoal, coloured pencil, Indian ink, digital print, and watercolour on pages of Shorter Oxford English Dictionary, 160.0 x 120.0 cm; Collection of Naomi Milgrom AO, © William Kentridge, photo: Christian Capurro. William Kentridge: That which we do not remember, Art Gallery of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide (SA), dates TBC, July 2019 – agsa.sa.gov.au
Mulkun Wirrpanda, Milkarri Recording 2013. Image courtesy of The Mulka Project. The Mulka Project is a digital library and production centre located in Yirrkala in north-east Arnhem Land. It exists as part of the community’s art centre Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre, facilitating the production of audio-visual material and new-media artwork, along with repatriating valuable artworks, texts, images, sounds and videos of Yolngu culture that are stored in museums, art galleries, libraries and universities in Australia and around the world. The artists will be in Melbourne to discuss this unique program. Shapes of Knowledge, MUMA, Monash University Museum, Ground Floor, Building F, Monash University, Caulfield Campus, 900 Dandenong Road, Caulfield East (VIC), 9 February – Saturday 13 April 2019 – monash.edu/muma
ABOVE & BELOW: Lisa WALKER, She wants to go to her bedroom but she can’t be bothered, RMIT Design Hub Project Rooms 1 + 2, Level 2, Building 100, RMIT University, corner Victoria and Swanston Streets, Carlton, 29 January – 4 May 2019 – designhub.rmit.edu.au
Daniel VON STURMER, Cataract 2019 (front and rear installation views). Photography: Zan Wimberley. Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery. CATARACT is an innovative new work, constructed of a 9×9 grid of screens that play a series of 81 short videos, capturing small scale ‘events’ in the world. Recorded with an iPhone and featuring a combination of impromptu recordings (as found), with other studio based, (staged) scenarios, the work will present a dynamic array of moments documenting everyday physical processes and occurrences. Featuring a combination of impromptu recordings and staged scenarios, the work will present a dynamic array of moments that document everyday physical processes and occurrences: spinning, falling, breaking, burning, growing, slowing, starting, stopping – the world is full of happenings, but it is only through selective attention that meaning is found. Anna Schwartz Gallery, 185 Flinders Lane, Melbourne (VIC), 2 February – 26 March 2019 – annaschwartzgallery.com
Robbie ROWLANDS, Incremental Loss. Front desk and ceiling cut, Former Union Bank, The National Centre for Photography Residency, 2019. Robbie Rowlands is represented by Blackartprojects. Incremental Loss, commissioned by the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, National Centre For Photography, Mitchell Family Gallery. 4 Lydiard Street South, Ballarat (VIC), 24 February – 10 March 2019 – ballaratfoto.org

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