Essays on Curating: the temporality of caring
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Essays on Curating: the temporality of caring

To care about time means comprehending the temporality of caring. Continue reading

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Ross Taylor, October 2015
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Ross Taylor, October 2015

Ross Taylor, Twice the first time Stockroom Gallery; 10 October – 27 November A scratchy and fractured psychedelia runs across an even-tempered array of petri-dish experiments in Twice the first time by Ross Taylor. Consisting of two sub-suites of pencil drawings in classical genres – landscape and still-life – this exhibition of pencil drawings blends historical references, contemporary documentation and improvisation. It is with an even-hand … Continue reading

Interview with Jason Waterhouse, Sept 2013
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Interview with Jason Waterhouse, Sept 2013

Jason Waterhouse Interviewed in the lead-up to his solo exhibition ‘Sticks and Bones’, at Stockroom Gallery in Kyneton Jason Waterhouse has been running a gallery for over 3 years with his partner Magali Gentric. They’ve both passionately represented the work of contemporary Australian artists and against all odds in the recent economic climate they’ve been … Continue reading

Cameron Robbins, Sept 2013
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Cameron Robbins, Sept 2013

Cameron Robbins, Loggerheads Stockroom Gallery, Kyneton; 12 September – 6 October 2013 On a battlefield of white paper, the intent to mark squares off against nihilistic erasure. The background machinations of process are manifest as historical constructions feeding a line of driving desire. Cameron Robbins constructs systems that are at once sculptural outcomes – beautifully … Continue reading