BLINDSIDE  

BLINDSIDE is pleased to announce the 2016 exhibition program featuring local, regional, national and international contemporary artists in gallery and online at PLAY.  
 Preview our 2016 PROGRAM 

GALLERY 1  

23 Jan - 13 Feb 2016 | 2.0 | Caitlin Patane

I erased my drawing today and as hard as I tried the ghost of my time still remained. We should dig up the past so it is not forgotten. What would happen if the people on the body of the Leviathan had the Internet? By battered brim an empty topped plinth carries its smudges.
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GALLERY 2

23 Jan - 13 Feb 2016 | Things | Matthew Harris

Razors pain you; Rivers are damp; Acids stain you; And drugs cause cramp; Guns aren't lawful; Nooses give; Gas smells awful; You might as well live. (Resumé by Dorothy Parker, 1926)
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BLINDSIDE PLAY

PLAY | JULIET CARPENTER [NZL] | CURATED BY ULANDA BLAIR

Juliet Carpenter holds a BFA (Hons) from Elam School of Fine Arts, Auckland (2013). Recent exhibitions include summer of supine, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, Dunedin, 2015 (solo); The Shadow of the Dome of Pleasure, curated by Henry Davidson, Artspace, Auckland, 2015 (group); Street Talk, presented with Evangeline Riddiford Graham, Window, Auckland, 2015; Silent Treatment, Gloria Knight, Auckland, 2014 (solo); Aria, Utopian Slopes, Melbourne, 2014 (group); Everyday Backwash, curated by Henry Davidson, Michael Lett, Auckland, 2014 (group); Campaign Furniture, curated by Henry Davidson, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, 2014 (group); and The Day is a Fume, curated by Elle Loui August, The Physics Room, Christchurch, 2014 (group).

BLINDSIDE turns 10!

To the left and back some | Ten years of BLINDSIDE

BLINDSIDE's To the left and back some is available for purchase. Designed by Gracia Haby & Louise Jennison and edited by Verity Hayward & Raymonda Rajkowski, this 91pp full-colour publication encapsulates BLINDSIDE’s history and role within the Melbourne and wider ARI community.
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