Upcoming Exhibitions

    DOUBLE LANDSCAPE

    Tuesday 23 July 2019 to Sunday 28 July 2019
    DOUBLE LANDSCAPE is a two-screen video installation exploring notions of solitude, reverie and space. Slipping into natural environments that point to a different kind of temporal reality.

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    JamFactory ICON: Clare Belfrage: A Measure of Time

    Saturday 27 July 2019 to Monday 30 September 2019
    Inspired by the repetitious patterns found in nature and the woven lines of textiles, Clare Belfrage is drawn to the layered rhythms that mark growth, change and the passing of time in the natural world.

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    Juju Roche: Unearth

    Saturday 03 August 2019 to Sunday 22 September 2019
    Juju Roche investigates the tension in how people experience and respond to nature. By leaving her large scale paintings exposed to the wind, sun and rain; both the canvas and medium are left vulnerable to the natural environment. Through this process Roche surrenders her aesthetic control over the outcome, inviting the audience to consider society's innate desire to control Mother Nature. Roche’s works are patterned with subtle motifs and mark-making that challenge our notions of beauty and prompt our perceptions to evolve.

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    Scott Howie: Claimant

    Saturday 31 August 2019 to Sunday 03 November 2019
    In an age of identity theft, identity politics, gender fluidity, imposter syndrome, finstas and rinstas, celebrity influencers, phishing, catfishing and fake news, there has never been an easier time to present yourself to the world as whoever you want to be, while simultaneously having no idea of who you are at all.

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    Dhaganha: come here to visit

    Saturday 28 September 2019 to Sunday 17 November 2019
    The Home Project brings together primary schools in the Wiradjuri language area to engage with The Art Gallery of NSW and Wagga Wagga Art Gallery's collections and specialist education support from NSW Department of Education. This year the project is called Dhaganha: come here to visit.

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