Christopher Orchard: Psychocartography
In Psychocartography new-media artist and academic Christopher Orchard continues his post-photographic practice presenting new-media works interrogating a fluid personal connectedness to regional places.
National Emerging Art Glass Prize 2018
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery is proud to present the National Emerging Art Glass Prize 2018 – Australia’s most significant acquisitive award for new glass artists and students.
Walking Matters: Antonia Aitken, Rebecca Mayo, Kirstie Rea
Walking Matters brings together the work of artists Kirstie Rea, Rebecca Mayo and Antonia Aitken for the first time, using multidisciplinary making approaches that include drawing, printmaking, photography, glass, textiles and video.
The Wired Lab: The Edge – Tumut, Temora and Cootamundra
The Edge showcases the photographic outcomes of an eighteen month skills development project with contemporary Australian photographer Tamara Dean for young people living in the rural communities of Tumut and Cootamundra.
Michelle Hamer: I am Part of a Living City
I am Part of a Living City is Michelle Hamer’s first survey show. Her hand-stitched and drawn works occupy a space between 2D and 3D and are based on ‘found’ text and her own photographs. Hamer’s work maps contemporary social beliefs, fears and aspirations through ‘everyday’ language and place. Oscillating between fast and slow; past and present; personal and political the works are markers of rarely captured but revealing moments in time.
Sound On Paper: Barbara Bartos and Julie Briggs
Sound on Paper presents two projects exploring the apparent dichotomy between visual and audible perception. During a two-week residency at the Cad Factory in November 2016, Italy based visual artist Barbara Bartos and Narrandera poet Julie Thompson-Briggs have collaborated on an audio-visual interactive project inspired by the Scribbly Gum Moth.