The master of filling space with light, or rather colour, that is light, that he uses to fill space. From the Guggenheim Museum 2013 James Turrell 2013 image from http://www.bustler.net
Lee Walton is a social practitioner from the US presenting an exhibition named OBJECTS FROM PLACES WE’VE NEVER BEEN. The exhibition is participatory with each participant nominating a site/place/destination (to be a place, shop, etc) to be visited. They will need to find an object from this place and bring it with them to the gallery on the opening night. The object will be placed on a shelf sized roughly 12cm x 12cm. There are no formal size restrictions. however the glitch is, they must make a promise to never return to this place again. Ever. We’re Super excited!
At Suadas opening, there were a series of questions asked that we have taken to Suada relating to the work. Below is her reply. Are you even directly involved in the imagery? if not why not? I am not directly involved in the imagery. The… Read More
We love this. Marina Abramovic and Ulay shared a great love story in the 70s. Together they performed art out of the van they lived in, forming a collective called “the other”. When their relationship had come to an end, they went to the Great Wall… Read More
Last night Lukas Richarz’s show ‘Ritual’ opened. It was a fabulous show. The work dealt with the physical act of the ritual, and the idea of ‘ritual’; exploring various outcomes, or individual artworks, which combined, exist as an overall idea. Richarz explains that the artist’s idea, which may initially… Read More
Check out whose coming live (virtually) to RAYGUN. Just one day to go and a bit excited. Join us tomorrow and Saturday night for 2 consecutive sessions of live streaming on super interesting world-wide topics from some of the most researched and knowledgable individuals from… Read More
Vicente Butron’s exhibition opened on Friday night, it was such a pleasure! An intimate crowd engaged in an open discussion about the work following a floor talk Tarn and I gave discussing the work briefly. We loved it!
These images come from the amazing Suada and Honey who welcomed our project Giving Loving Giving with us at NLH, Copenhagen. We hope everyone enjoyed their coffee experience and enjoyed receiving our loving and giving all the way from Toowoomba, Australia. We look forward to… Read More
This photo didn’t make it into the exhibition, but we really wanted to share it on the blog. It was pretty funny when the fellas working at the MCA lent us some muscle loading the wall back into the truck. This is the last blog… Read More