Substation Contemporary Art Prize
















My work You could improve yourself has been shortlisted for the Substation Contemporary Art Prize and will be part of an exhibition at The Substation in Newport which opens this Friday the 18th of October and runs until the 17th of November. 

Opening: Friday 18th October
                 6pm

Exhibition Dates/Times: 18th Oct - 17th Nov
                                          Thur - Sun
                                          11am - 5pm

Address: 1 Market st, Newport


www.thesubstation.org.au      

Does it matter?

My work will be appearing as part of KINGS ARI's 10th Anniversary show Does it matter?








Exhibition Opening: 4 October 2013, 6pm – as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival.
Exhibition Dates: 5 October – 26 October 2013
Artists: Brendan Lee, Kel Glaister, Kiron Robinson, The Kingpins, Sanja Pahoki, Sarah Duyshart, Dylan Hammond, Benjamin Woods and Makiko Yamamoto. 
What is the significance of artist run spaces? Ideas of transformation and change, energy and matter are used to celebrate the 10 years of Kings Artist Run Initiative with an exhibition and a publication.
Matter’s capacity to change as an arrangement of particles in flux is the exhibition departure point that highlights the connection between materials and ideas in the artistic process and a sense of performativity.
The following exhibition is a result of a process in which a first group of artists brought together by the curator, nominated an emerging artist to respond to the same brief. This process aims at supporting a community of peers as well as facilitating development in the arts. Does it Matter? Provides an opportunity to position Kings ARI in the present and to formulate possibilities for the future.
The publication will include an essay reflecting on the role of the artist run space, interviews with founding members, program highlights and submissions from past exhibitors and committee members.
Sunday 5 October, 11am: Panel Discussion as part of Critical Animals Festival – Newcastle.
curated by Anabelle Lacroix