Monday, 10 August 2020

PAM AITKEN


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    Symphony in Blue  

    Multiple ready made material of brilliant ultramarine blue acrylic
    squares. 

    Main room 2 April - 25 April 2020 
    Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 1 April 2020
    Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm



Hannah Barclay

                                                
Where Do The Birds Sleep Now?
 
A new series of work by artist Hannah Barclay. The installation on display explores a personal notion of trauma, labouring over the delicate temperament of the ceramic medium to imitate a feeling of deep anxiety and pain. Barclay draws solace in the parallels between trauma of the body, mind and the land.
 
Main Room 23 July - 1 August 2020
Opening 22 July
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Tuesday, 14 July 2020

Anna Dudek




 THIS SPACE IN TIME


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Main room 8 July - 18 July 2020
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 8 July 2020
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Dudek’s works are minimalist interventions designed to harness and enhance incidental moments. Her sculptures capture natural light’s liquid quality, its temperamental nature, the way it moves hesitatingly over surfaces. 



image credit: Carlos Velasquez

JENNY HERBERT SMITH



































  






Blue Rhythms 2020

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Main room 24 June - 4 July 2020
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 24th June 2020
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Blue Rhythms 2020 evolved as an interplay between the artist’s connection to material, the body’s movements and the architectural space in which the work takes form, closely connected to a sense of rhythm and music.

Saturday, 21 March 2020

MANDY BURGESS & RO MURRAY













Tipping Point
Main room 4th - 28th March
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 4th March 2020
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

A COLLABORATIVE exhibition by Murray and Burgess
In this new installation Murray and Burgess use colour, line, mass, direction and gravity to call attention to this moment in time when everything is in precarious balance. 

Saturday, 29 February 2020

TARA LYUBICIC




















Lying in Wait
Main room 5th - 29th February
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 5th February 2020
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

The stability of a fixed line or point quickly falls into a directionless arena of lines awaiting collapse. The tension within things nearing collapse and losing their distinctive form allows the presence of an unidentifiable essence. 

Friday, 6 December 2019

PRODUCTION AT THE FACTORY


PRODUCTION AT THE FACTORY

Main room 4th- 14th December 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 4th December 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

The group show presents recent work from artists who have shown in our sister gallery Factory 49 Paris: 

Caroline Mc Gregor, Sandra Curry, Jan Handel, Kate Mackay. Kevin Yu, Pamela Leung, Pam Aitken, Bart Koldewee, Audrey Newton, Liz Bodey, Marta Ferracin, and Bas Bapaioannou. 


KEIRAN GORDON




















Uranium Aesthetic 

Main room 20th - 30th November 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 20th November 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

Monochromatic paintings by Keiran Gordon push the limits of materiality and embrace natural variation. Uranium Aesthetic expresses cloud in its most dynamic and unstable form. 

Saturday, 16 November 2019

RO MURRAY


BLACK VERTICAL AND RED HORIZONTAL

Main room 6th-16th November 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 6th November 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

This pairing of Factory 49's two exhibition spaces enables artist Ro Murray to speak expansively from a reductive visual vocabulary made up of dualities and the spaces between them. Returning to a signature colour palette of black and red on white, with rectilinearity reduced to horizontal and vertical placements, the distinct processes of printmaking and weaving interact unexpectedly as an anchor of human scale in site-specific installations. The creation of these transient interior spaces operate as a platform for an ephemeral architecture of protest. 

Friday, 1 November 2019

MERRYN HULL



Poetics of Imminence #I

Main room 23rd October - 2nd November 2019
Opening 6 - 8 pm Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Thursday-Saturday, 1-6 pm

The Poetics of Imminence #I at Factory 49 is the first in a series of three exhibitions by Merryn Hull that explores the moment in the viewer-artwork encounter that the viewer experiences as something that has not-yet but is about-to happen. The significance of this moment rests in its potential to insinuate social and 'political' meaning in three-dimensional works. It is by showing that transformation is possible that these assemblage sculptures evoke the experience of dislocated perceptions and different ways of seeing and understanding the contemporary world. 

ANNUAL GROUP SHOW

  ANNUAL GROUP SHOW 02 Sept to 26 sept 2020