Busselton ArtGeo Gallery

38 Peel Terrace, Busselton, WA 6280

Closed Public Holidays

Free Admission

T 9781 0444

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ArtGeo Gallery is part of the City of Busselton ArtGeo Cultural Complex

BETA BLOCKER

CLOSES 28 JANUARY

This is an ART ON THE MOVE Touring Exhibition

 

This exhibition showcases Miik Green’s Xylem series, large-scale paintings on aluminium panels combining unlike material, sealed within layers of resin. The term BETA BLOCKER references a class of drugs that combat various heart conditions, and links the ideas of tension and disequilibrium in arts practice with the biological.

Miik Green and Chad Peacock, shifting states mikros cosmos video art without sound, 15 min loop

 

JOHN AUSTIN – SURVEY II

2 FEBRUARY – 5 MARCH

 

Working exclusively with traditional silver-gelatin black and white photography, Austin’s distinctive images range from portraits of artists and littoral landscapes, to documenting environmental degradation and anti-logging protests in the South West forests. His work is represented in numerous collections including the National Portrait Gallery, National Library, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Curtin University and Bunbury Regional Art Galleries. This survey is the second major exhibition of Austin’s work after his first retrospective at UWA’s Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery in 1993.

 

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