EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 2 February 2013 - Saturday, 23 March 2013
The Linden Postcard Show turns 22 this year. This unique open entry award is a unique event in the Australian cultural calendar. It is open to all Australian artists.Rachel Griffiths, actor, will officially open the Linden Postcard Show exhibition. Martin Martini The Vienna Project will add to the celebrations with his unique big band.
EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 6 April 2013 - Sunday, 12 May 2013
The works in these exhibitions are given a performative quality through the use of sound, time and motion.
Arcadia Peter Daverington
The Reparation of the Heart Jacobus Capone
Dual Kiera Brew Kurec.
The Silent Spectre of Motion Bridget Walker
Annex Justine Makdessi
EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 18 May 2013 - Sunday, 7 July 2013
The artists assembled for this exhibition have in some way been influenced by the energy and restlessness of Mike Brown's art, his use of materials and intuitive processes which continue to be a source for inspiration.
EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 13 July 2013 - Sunday, 11 August 2013
Lo-tech materials and the notion of domesticity are used to reflect on the relationship between the public and the private, consumer waste and 'modern' living.
I Want to Love You But I’m Getting Blown Away Carly Fischer
The Cuckoo’s Nest Artists: Lucy James, Dell Stewart, Beci Orpin, Low Phat WytchKraft, Hotham Street Ladies. Curated by Tai Snaith
Create Your Own Ruin Karri Cameron
EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 17 August 2013 - Sunday, 22 September 2013
Curator Diane Jones
Artists: Della (a Balladong Noongar artist), Genevieve Grieves, Diane Jones
This exhibition draws on the investigation of a court case in which two Aboriginal men were hung and gibbeted for the rape and murder of a white woman. Following this case were the worst massacres to happen in Western Australia.
EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 28 September 2013 - Sunday, 10 November 2013
Artists: Adad Hannah with Oscar winning Director Denys Arcand, Darren Sylvester, Masato Takasaka, Antoinette Citizen, Dominic Redfern, Akira Akira, Amanda Marburg
A Space Oddity explores the human condition in a contemporary world characterized by a sense of identity that is de-centered and multiple. In this expanding and contracting world our perceptions of space are continually challenged. While the screen has become a prominent way to engage in new ways of thinking about ourselves and the world there is still a human need for tangible engagement. The artists in this exhibition respond to a variety of real-world spaces as well as web based and augmented realities through performance, fantasy, interactions and site-specific works.
EXHIBITION DATES:Saturday, 16 November 2013 - Sunday, 15 December 2013
Each of these exhibitions deal with frailty, transience and the bleak side of human nature.
Mono-no-aware Superkaleidoscope - Kim Fasher & Sarah Mosca
Putting My Face On Santina Amato
Coma Country Peter Thomas
Imperfect Architecture Daniel Price
Five Stages of Grief: Choose your own (mis)adventure Michael Carolan