Archival Survival

December 1, 2016

Archival Survival is concerned with the modern problem of memory and storytelling in the age of digital media. These works are constructed from the artist’s family archives asking the question: what effect does how we remember have on what we remember?

Dedications: Remedies

November 3, 2016

Anna Cocks draws on her fascination of plant-based medicinal remedies to investigate the relationships between medicine and body. A multi-sensory exhibition, it features works on paper, fermented herbal elixirs, essential oils, and light.

Terminus

October 4, 2016

Terminus investigates the human experience of dislocation from origins and the search for belonging; how memories of a past home perpetuate through material technologies.

Indefinite landscapes

September 8, 2016

This exhibition explores the impact that physical space has on individuals and their relationships; how the spaces they enter can manipulate thought and behaviour. Grimston creates small dwellings in which visitors are invited to spend time in as a psychological sanctuary.

Bergmál – Echo (Language of the Rocks)

August 11, 2016

A collaboration between Tessa Beale (Australia) and Sarah Yasdani (Sweden), this exhibition was conceived during their residency in Reykjavik, Iceland. In seeking to understand and find a sense of place in a new location, their works reflect how we perceive things and find connection to our own place in the world.

Lines That Define

June 16, 2016

Lines that define brings together the work of two established Perth artists, Mel Dare and Olga Cironis in a visual dialogue instigated by each viewing the same text. Cironis is a mixed media, sculptor, installation and textile artist, Dare works primarily in paint and drawing.

Polony

May 12, 2016

Polony is a self-indulgent yet sentimental expression of Perejuan-Capone and Ferguson’s lives and friendship, exploring the simultaneously autobiographical yet intangible warmth of nostalgia, mutual influence and memories made.

Ooze

April 22, 2016

Paper Mountain is eager to present a glimpse into the permeable nature of the corporeal body with OOZE, an exhibition by Western Australian artist Kimberley Pace.