The postgraduate season is a series of examination exhibitions
27 March – 11 August 2017
Matt Huppatz adopts assemblage as an artistic and theoretical tool that provides insight into the labyrinthine qualities of queer identity. His work reflects upon queer masculine expression in the Duchampian tradition, connecting contemporary subjective experience with broader artistic and subcultural histories.
Exhibition open: 27 March - 21 April 2017
There is no place like home/s:
An investigation into immigration, belonging and the hand-made object.
Exhibition open: 25 May - 16 June 2017
A Quiet Disturbance: Observing the transient state of matter
A Quiet Disturbance observes and allows natural non-human forces to enact on creative artwork. The findings invoke a space for conversation relating to our interconnections with the transient state of matter.
Exhibition open: 26 June - 14 July 2017
Transfiguring the terrain: variation through serial iteration
As a printmaker, Andrea Przygonski has a particular interest in extending contemporary print practice beyond its traditional material and spatial syntax.
Her research examines cross-media serial iteration as a creative strategy in the context of her experiences while living in Chicago USA during 2012-2013.
Exhibition open: 24 July - 11 August 2017
Image: Gail Hocking