Experimental film and video installation
David Beaumont,Alice Bradshaw (UK), Jade Burstall, Julia Holden, Marcia Jane, Claudine Kraan, Baden Pailthorpe (FR), Stephanie Peters, Paul Rodgers, Rebekah Symons, Goran Tomic (NSW), Paul Underwood (UK), Leon Van de Graaff, Marieka Walsh (NSW) and Tim Webster (BZL)
Curated by Natalya E. Maller
5 Oct - 8 Oct 2011
Opening Thursday 6 October 6-8pm (Screenings from 6:15pm)
Gallery One and Two
Poles Apart is an event of the Melbourne Fringe Festival 2011.
As part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival, curator Natalya E. Maller presents a unique installation and experience of cutting edge film and video works. The new exhibition Poles Apart features artists from across the globe including Brazil, the UK, France and Australia. Artists explore binary relationships, opposing forces and energies that reflect their culture and environment.
Across two gallery spaces in a cinematic arrangement Poles Apart presents an experience of oppositional forces and a quest for equilibrium. The 20 works present ideas based around everyday binaries including allies/enemies, country/city, male/female, reality/fantasy, light/dark and time/space, that define and are defined by each other.
Leon Van de Graaff
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