Martina Copley, Lynette Smith, Elke Varga, Nick Hertzog, Naomi Troski, and the Japanese artist Kouichi Okamoto, curated by Kali Michailidis.
Unhidden unites artists who use a variety of media to uncover a complex network of communication and understanding. In a world where Wikipedia and Google provide instant gratification for information and answers, Unhidden presents works that urge the viewer to consider how language, communication, and knowledge are exchanged and understood in contemporary society.
Martina Copley’s work annotates space and practice, while Nickk Hertzog plays with urban space and cultural production. Kouichi Okamoto transforms invisible forces such as gravity and magnetism into physical elements. Lynette Smith’s installations are open-ended investigations in to how meaning is allocated to things and events. Naomi Troski’s sculptural forms interact with and re-present space and light in new ways while Elke Varga explores colour’s impact on space and experience.
Mr Okomoto will be here to install his work ‘liquid tape’ http://www.kyouei-ltd.co.jp/liquid_tape_cutter_work.html
and his sound work -http://www.kyouei-ltd.co.jp/endless_rain_record.html, ‘endless rain’.
Friday 03 February 2017 to Sunday 05 March 2017
Counihan Gallery In Brunswick opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday 11 am - 5 pm Sunday 1 - 5 pm
233 Sydney Road (inside Brunswick Town Hall), Brunswick
Entry is free
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