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John Curtin Gallery

The John Curtin Gallery is currently installing its next exhibition.

Doors are still open Monday to Friday 11am to 5pm for access to the Gallery gift and book shop. For access to Gallery staff or the shop before 11am, use the intercom on the right of the front doors to alert a staff member.

The Gallery will close from 23 May but reopen to the public on 20 June for two exciting exhibitions - the Bella Kelly Retrospective and ASSEMBLAGE.

 

 


Past Exhibition:

Shaun Gladwell, Carsten Höller and Jon Tarry
FACE TO FACE
Perth International Arts Festival
11 February - 1 May, 2016

MULTI-FACETED WORKS BY THREE DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS.


Image: Shaun Gladwell, Self Portrait Spinning and Falling (Paris), (2015), Single–channel HD video 16:9 , colour, silent, duration 11:00 minutes


Face to Face juxtaposes multi-faceted works by three distinguished artists: Shaun Gladwell, Carsten Höller and Jon Tarry. It is the first time Höller has exhibited work in Western Australia, and it also premieres new work from Gladwell and Tarry. In dedicated gallery spaces the work of each artist provides a dialogue between sound, image and the viewer. Featuring film shot in diverse situations in the Congo, Paris and Perth, the artists unravel the intoxicating power of performance be it solitary or to a mass crowd, competitively or in private.

Face to Face is a mesmerising experience where the intensity of three distinct works is amplified by their engagement with each other and their enticement to share in their energy.

 


Image: Carsten Höller + Måns Månsson, Fara Fara, (2014), 2–channel video installation, digitised 35 mm film and archival VHS material, colour, sound, projected on two screens, duration 13:00 minutes


Dark Mirror White Noise artwork preview, Jon Tarry on Vimeo.




Image: Shaun Gladwell, Self Portrait Spinning and Falling (Paris), (2015), Single–channel HD video 16:9 , colour, silent, duration 11:00 minutes

 


Image: Carsten Höller + Måns Månsson, Fara Fara, (2014), 2–channel video installation, digitised 35 mm film and archival VHS material, colour, sound, projected on two screens, duration 13:00 minutes


Image: Jon Tarry, Dark Mirror White Noise, (2015), immersive sculptural, drawing installation, digital projection, sound, performance, duration 11:00 minutes

 

A Perth International Arts Festival event supported by Visual Arts Program Partner Wesfarmers Arts.