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9° & PARTLY CLOUDY ON THURSDAY 16 AUGUST IN MELBOURNE
By Kat Hayes
August 03, 2018
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TIME

Four video installations considering the aspect of time have popped up across the Melbourne Art Fair.
By Kat Hayes
August 03, 2018
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As part of the Melbourne Art Fair program this August, TIME will take place in various locations across the city of Melbourne. A site-specific video installtion, TIME will showcase a variety of works from artists such as Michaela Gleave, Jess Johnson, Simon Ward, Sriwhana Spong and Angela Tiatia, in a female-heavy four days of art and culture.

Curated — again by two cool women of the art world — by Hannah Matthews (Senior Curator at the Monash University Museum of Art) and Rachel Ciesla (Curator and Administrator of Galleries and Programs, Melbourne Art Foundation), TIME sees art pieces — all considering the idea of now — spread across Melbourne, sprawling from Buxton Contemporary to QT Melbourne. Video locations and times can be found here, as well as the full Melbourne Art Fair program.

Find Angela Tiatia's The Fall (2017) at Buxton Contemporary; Jess Johnson and Simon Ward's Webwurld (2017) at Fed Square; Michaela Gleave's A Galaxy of Suns (2016-18) at the QT Melbourne; and Sriwhana Spong's This Creature (2016) at the Melbourne Art Fair.

Images: Angela Tiatia, The Fall (2017)

 

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