Sunday, February 28, 2010

Caleb Shea

Caleb Shea recently completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in Sculpture from RMIT. He has participated in exhibitions at RMIT's First Site Gallery, George Paton Gallery at the University of Melbourne, Monash University Faculty Gallery and in 2008, Caleb's work was exhibited as part of the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.

"Pit - Mini", 1-10, 2010, Tasmanian Oak

Must establish one’s repute or position.

A determination towards a certain form or invented statement that forms a break in continuity of strata and vein.

Form and Line occupy a central place; they are constantly being solicited and refused; they are objects of obsession and attraction, a dreadful secret, and an indispensable pivot.

Brief melodic or rhythmic formula out of which longer passages are developed.

These continuous extensions can be viewed with or without reference to the existence of objects within them, they unfold, open out in due sequence.

Dark shadow against light background, having length, breadth and depth. Any part of the earth’s surface and everything annexed to it.

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Insert Coin Here

is a group exhibition curated by Nella Themelios & Kim Brockett. The exhibition is part of the 2010 L'Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival cultural program.

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comprises of two vending machines strategically placed in public spaces around the Melbourne CBD. Containing limited edition 'fashion objects' produced by over 60 Melbourne-based artists, the vending machines are activated when a member of the public inserts a $2 coin. The exhibition explores alternative interfaces of exchange for fashion, the mechanised system as a form of 'fashion dialogue'. More broadly, it thinks through discourses around public space and the role that fashion might play in it.

1 - 31 March 2010

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