GALLERY 1

6-23 May 2015 |  BRIDIE GILLMAN, SARAH POULGRAIN, KYLIE SPEAR  | The moment something is understood it begins to be forgotten

Bridie Gillman, Sarah Poulgrain and Kylie Spear examine various interactions between the body, place and sensation. The three Brisbane emerging artists explore ways in which sensory experiences and memories can be translated through found materials, installation and time-based media. The moment something is understood it begins to be forgotten reflects upon the vulnerability of memory through a slowing and deconstruction of remembered moments.
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GALLERY 2  

6-23 May 2015 |  CHRIS BOND & LYNETTE SMITH  | FIELD (wooden cypher)

Field (wooden cypher) is part of an open-ended investigation of the way we find meaning in things and events. To ‘find it’, it seems that all you have to do is be present. The world and its interpretive possibilities seem given to you in some way. Chris Bond and Lynette Smith are interested in how that happens and the blindness that, paradoxically, makes it possible to see that meaning as a given. We know there is no way of getting around that so we look instead for the possibility of pleasure (or another truth) in obscurity, uncertainty, incompleteness, deception and the inauthentic.
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BLINDSIDE PLAY

PLAY | GABRIELLE LEAH NEW

Gabrielle Leah New, States of being 2014 (3:51 minutes) | C​ourtesy of the artist.
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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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BLINDSIDE | NOW CALLING FOR EXHIBITION PROPOSALS FROM ARTISTS AND CURATORS FOR PROJECTS IN 2016

BLINDSIDE | 2016 PROPOSALS DUE 31 MAY 2015

BLINDSIDE is currently calling for exhibition proposals from artists, collectives and curators—emerging, early career and established—local, interstate and international—solo or collaborative. BLINDSIDE welcomes proposals for solo and group exhibitions and performances across one or both gallery spaces.
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