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INTERMISSON

‘Intermission’ is an experimental exhibition taking place at the former Collingwood Technical College (Melbourne, Australia). The buildings that form the Collingwood site have been a place of learning, creativity and collaboration since its days as the Collingwood School of Art and Design in 1871. Most of the site has remained unoccupied and vacant for 12 years, but is now on the eve of becoming a working arts precinct and cultural hub.


Photo: Nicole Reed

In the interval, a diverse crew of artists, curated by Goodie, are producing and installing work over three floors of one of the heritage buildings. The show brings together a line-up of local, national and international artists, of varying ages, genders, backgrounds and practices, ranging from graffiti, murals, installation, performance and sculpture.


Photo: Nicole Reed

In the building’s current state, emptiness is an opportunity to experiment, collaborate, exhibit and develop new work in a unique space with a long history. Intermission seeks to connect artists and artistic communities, and showcase various voices and modes of making and exhibiting work.


Photo: Nicole Reed

Featuring: 23rd Key, Abyss 607, Askew, Deams, DNART, EARS, Finn Astle, Goodie, Goon Hugs, Hannah Beilharz, Hiroko Okada, Jason Parker, John Aslanidis, Josie Alexandra, Junky, Justine McAllister, Kaff-eine, Kenz, Kitt Bennett, Lester Francois, LucyLucy, Mic Porter, Nicole Reed, Odeith, Putos, Simon Beuve, Slicer, Sofles, Tom Gerrard, Tyson Campbell


Photo: Nicole Reed

Grand opening Saturday 13th January 2018 from 3pm – 6pm.

14th – 21st January 2018 – Show open between 10am – 4pm

@intermission_project

DEAMS – ‘In the Fold’

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Painter, designer and geometric visionary Deams has been influencing the Melbourne street art scene for over a decade. A founding member of the infamous Melbourne collective AWOL Crew, his work can be found in both galleries and street contexts around the world. Deams has an intuitive approach to painting and process, which allows for his work to oscillate between tangible and intangible forms and realities. He approaches his practice with a studious dedication to his past and the immediacy of his present, discovering links between the impressions of his childhood and his current ideas and experiences. His work continues to explore aesthetic and interpersonal relationships through compositional conversations in form and texture.

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Dean Sunshine’s ‘Street Art Now’

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Following the success of ‘Land of Sunshine’ published in 2012 comes the next book titled ‘STREET ART NOW’. An updated snapshot of the Melbourne street art and graffiti scene over the last two years is once again, all shot by Dean Sunshine on his travels across Melbourne and beyond.

‘STREET ART NOW’ is a larger, hardback book with 206 pages highlighting over 100 local artists and international artists who have painted in Australia.

All sales from ‘STREET ART NOW’ will be put towards any future editions, furthering Dean’s wish to provide ongoing documentation of Melbourne street art online and via printed media.

www.deansunshine.com

Weapon of Choice XMAS Group Show

Join the Weapon of Choice crew for mulled wine/cider and mince pies on their
opening preview night, Friday 22nd November 2013, 6-10pm.

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Featuring artists:
Inkie, Jody T, Iain Sellar, Barbie Lowenberg, Zoe Veness, Andy Council, James Star, Cheba, Cage One, Lokey, Deams, Sepr, Tim Jones, Tim Ulewicz, SPZero76, Loch Ness, Cooper, Mr Riks, Third Eye, Koe One, Ben McKay, Anna Atomic, Mike O, John Molesworth, Miller, Mr Christa, Bill Giles, Andrew Wright, Kid Crayon, Mark Head, Sarah Breese, Charlie Mcfarley, Chiba Love, Onepointoh, Eva Naftel & more!

Flyer photography by official Army photographer Tim Jones

Weapon Of Choice Gallery
8B Park St, Bristol BS1 5HR.

www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk