SPECTRUM PROJECT SPACE

Edith Cowan University

Building 3, 2 Bradford St, Mt Lawley

Check website for opening times

T 9370 6906

scca.ecu.edu.au/projects/spectrum

spectrum@ecu.edu.au

SOUND SPECTRUM

7th May – 11th May 7.30pm – 9.30pm

Music Director: Lindsay Vickery

Performed by: Composition and Music Technology students and staff

 

This festival of new sounds features WAAPA’s Composition and Music Technology students and staff performing five nights of original music at ECU’s Spectrum Project Space. Hear experimental acoustic and electronic music performances, installations, audio-visual works, DJ artists and world premieres from Aletheia, Certifiable, Ecuatorial 1 and 3, Shock Of The New and more.

 

DISTORTED TRUTHS

Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger

Opening: 6pm Thursday 17th May

To be officially opened by Dr Laetitia Wilson

Exhibition runs:18th May – 1 june

 

Distorted Truths an exhibition that works to create an intersection between our contemporary lives and their global effect.  It is not just our impact from a distance that is examined here but our very presence in the eco system. Exploring the role of contemporary society in climate change the Anthropocene and contemporary consumerism via tourism, its effect on the viewed utopian destination this exhibition continues the discussion and begins a few new ones.

 

THREE POINTS OF VIEW

Jeremy Blank – David Carson – Gary Parris

Opening 6pm Thursday 7th June at Spectrum Project Space

Exhibition runs: 8 June – 21 June

 

Gary Parris, David Carson and Jeremy Blank present complementary approaches to the inclusion and consideration of time within the context of photographic representation.

Multiple layered or sequential images are combined from a variety of captured formats to create composites, where temporal aspects are rendered simultaneously. Time itself becomes the subject of the work, which has been a recurring theme in photography from Eakins’s and Muybridge’s 19thC chronophotography to Jonathan Shaw’s experiments with slit scanning in the 1990s.

 

PERTH COMICS ARTS FESTIVAL

Exhibition curated by Bruce Mutard

Opening 5pm Friday 29th June

Exhibition runs: 25 June – 8 July

 

Perth Comics Arts Festival, an inaugural event that includes an academic symposium hosted by School of Arts and Humanities, workshops, market day and two exhibitions in Gallery 25 and Spectrum. Spectrum will host an exhibition of West Australian comics art past and present, including works by Shaun Tan, Stuart Campbell, Bruce Mutard, Campbell Whyte, Ashley Wood, Gary Chaloner, Sarah Searle, Leonie Brialey, Justin Randall, Emily Smith and Mel Tregonning.

 

Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger From Telefon to Whalers Bay (timelapse), 2018.

Jeremy Blank  Three Frames (Splice), (2017) 35mm film scanned & processed.

 

Tania Visosevic, Electric. Image courtesy of the artist.

 

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