Science Friction ends tomorrow

Last chance to see this excellent exhibition presents the diverse and dynamic talent of artists with strong connections to Moreland.

Featuring

JUSTINE AUSTEN | ATTICUS BASTOW | MATTHEW BOTTOS | LAILA MARIE COSTA LINDSAY COX  JULIAN DI MARTINO | ARA DOLATIAN | DARIN FRANKINPITT | HELGA GROVES | PETER HANNAFORD ANDREW HUSTWAITE | AMAYA ITURRI | BEA JONES | STEPHANIE KARAVASILIS | ALISTER KARL | DEIRDRE KEENAGHAN | ANNE-MARIE KUTER | JENNY LOFT | CARMEL LOUISE | RUBY MACKENZIE | PRISCILLA MANTHEY | JORDAN MORANI | DAVID MCCALL | TED MCKINLAY | DANIEL ARMSTRONG & MELINDA CAPP | NADIA MERCURI | SAFFRON NEWY | KEITH O’DONNELL | KERRIE O’KEEFE | ROBIN ORAMS | KATE PRICE | VLADIMIR RACHKO | JACKIE RALPH | ASHLEY RONNING | BENJAMIN SHEPPARD | JOSH SIMPSON | FERN SMITH | RENA SWAMY | FRANCES TAPUELUELU | BEN TARANTO | DEBORAH TAYLOR | JEAN TAYLOR | CASSANDRA TYTLER | DOMENICA VAVALA ROBERT WAGHORN | ACE WAGSTAFF | LIZ WALKER | CLAIRE ANNA WATSON | ANDREW WEATHERILL | MARK WINGRAVE

The Moreland Summer Show was open to contemporary artists or collectives who live, work, study or base their creative practice in the City of Moreland.

This year applicants were asked to consider in their contemporary practice a response to the theme ‘Science Friction’.

We live in a time of astonishing scientific and technological development, previously considered the stuff of fantasy. Similarly the world of contemporary art has generally embraced the possibilities that new materials and imaging technologies offer. In both cases the transition is not always smooth, or welcomed by all. While excitement and curiosity follow invention and newness it can also leave us feeling confused, ambivalent or obsolete. The postscript is always – What next?

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