TRACK

Visual Arts and Design / Digital Media
SA/WA
Scaled track

TRACK is a group exhibition of local and interstate artists, showcasing a range of innovative and exciting performance-based art practices through video and photography.

The exhibition examines the ways in which artists negotiate the world with their bodies. Some of these performances are tentative and sensuous engagements with place; some are humorous strategies for navigating social, familial and sexual relationships.

Enjoy a journey of sensitive exploration and discovery alongside artists: Jacobus Capone (WA), Sasha Grbich (SA), Tanya Lee (WA), Jenna Pippett (SA), and Kate Power (SA). Co-curated by Andrew Purvis and Sasha Grbich and presented by Adelaide Central School of Art.

Image (video still): Jacobus Capone, 'Saudade', 13-hour durational performance, 2011

Important information:
Opening Tuesday 21 February 2017. Please note: The exhibition will start a week later than what is printed in the programme and Tuesday opening times are different.

Presented by:
Adelaide Central School of Art

Sasha Grbich is an artist, writer and lecturer who works with sculpture, installation, sound and video.

She is currently the Bachelor of Visual Art and Honours coordinator at Adelaide Central School of Art and lectures in Video and Performance, Installation, Sculpture, and Contemporary Studio Practice. In 2015 she completed postgraduate research at University of South Australia examining the operation of art making practice as a series of 'performative encounters'.

Andrew Purvis has curated a series of ambitious exhibitions in West Australia, most notably at the Fremantle Arts Centre and the Lawrence Wilson Gallery.

He has a particular interest in exhibition design and generating subtle interactions and conversations between complementary art works. He is a Bachelor of Visual Art supervisor (Level 3) at Adelaide Central School of Art and is the 2016/17 ArtPod and Adelaide Town Hall Emerging Curator for Adelaide City Council.

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Venue

Adelaide Central Gallery at Adelaide Central School of Art

7 Mulberry Rd, entry via 226 Fullarton Road, Glenside, SA

Venue

Adelaide Central Gallery at Adelaide Central School of Art

7 Mulberry Rd, entry via 226 Fullarton Road, Glenside, SA

Content Warnings

Family Friendly: YES

Sexual References: Mild

Age Suitability: G