PSAS - PS ART SPACE

22 Pakenham Street, Fremantle

Gallery hours vary, please see website below

Closed Public Holidays, Free Admission

T 9430 8145

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SOUNDING ART

MATT HUNT, KEVIN ROBERTSON, ERIN COATES, MARCO FUSINATO, BRIGID BOURKE, TINA HAVLOCK STEVENS, LUCAS ABELA

2 SEP - 29 SEP 2017

TUE-FRI, 10AM-4PM, SAT, 10AM-2PM

 

Decibel have commissioned a number of Australian visual artists to create artworks designed to be scores for performance. The artists have been chosen for their connection with music, rathe`r than their abilities to ‘make scores’ - from artists that play in bands, or have featured musicians in their works, have worked with musicians on work or have works that can be read as music. A range of media will feature in the program - sculpture, painting, video and drawing. A book will be made to accompany the exhibition, which will include full colour reproductions of the works and a contextual essay. The exhibition will continue for two weeks, with a performance of the works featured in the opening weekend.

 

1:81 : MOTHERBOARD : LOCAL LANDSCAPES AND THE ESSENCE OF EXISTENCE

GWEN VELGE

7 - 20 OCT

TUE-FRI, 10AM-4PM, SAT, 10AM-2PM

OPENING FRI 6 OCT , 6.30PM-8.30PM

Rsvp essential to laure@psas.com.au

 

1:81 is an open invitation to explore the genuine possibility of us living in a computer simulation run by beings. It incorporates photographs, sculptures and hints of popular culture to invite a wide ranging audience to a multi-layered aesthetic experience. 1:81 exploits the visual similarities between the motherboard and Mother Earth’s modern(ised) places. Gwenaël Velge is an emerging photographer and academic.

 

Image courtesy of Matt Hunt 2017

Image courtesy of Gwen Velge 2017

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