Using foraged and discarded plant materials Catriona Pollard uses traditional basketry and assemblage techniques to create unique, sculptural forms.
In 'White Light', George Gittoes' works have been influenced by the vibrancy of street art where spray cans are used with brushes and paint.
Based on a series of podcast conversations between artist Tai Snaith and mid-career and emerging artists whom she admires.
Female artists challenge common representations of motherhood while questioning societal expectations and cultural traditions.
Faithful to the art of abstraction, Jennifer Joseph uses a restrained palette and rectilinear form as well as subtle tonal variations and texture.
Marian Tubbs investigates the use of over-coding in language and the effect this has on meaning, agency and power.
‘Elegy for Winter’ is a group show from Canberra region artists Luke Aleksandrow, Jacqueline Bradley, Chris Carmody, Denise Ferris, Annika Harding, Ellis Hutch and Shags.
Tjyllyungoo Lance Chadd is a Bibbulmun Nyoongar/Budimia Yamatji artist whose work reflects on Aboriginal spirituality and connection to Country.
Examine the subconscious in this exhibition of works by contemporary Australian and international artists who explore sleep and its representation in art.
'Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power' brings together artists who conjure ideas related to witchcraft, sorcery and magical practices.
‘Dirty Paper’ is inspired by John Ruskin’s provocation that ‘all good drawing consists merely of dirtying the paper delicately.’
Meg Cowell, Dagmar Cyrulla, Chelsea Gustafsson, Janne Kearney, Kathrin Longhurst and Michael Simms depict the contemporary nude.