Adad Hannah

A Space Oddity

EXHIBITION DATES:
Saturday, 28 September 2013 - Sunday, 10 November 2013

OPENING:
Friday 27 September 2013 6-8pm

Artists: Akira Akira, Antoinette J. Citizen, Adad Hannah and Denys Arcand, Colin Harman, Will Pappenheimer, Dominic Redfern, Darren Sylvester, Philip Samartzis, Masato Takasaka.

Curators: Jan Duffy and Matthew Perkins

A Space Oddity explores the human condition in a contemporary world characterized by a sense of identity that is de-centered and multiple. In this expanding and contracting world our perceptions of space are continually challenged.

While the screen has become a prominent way to engage in new ways of thinking about ourselves and the world there is still a human need for tangible engagement. The artists in this exhibition respond to a variety of real-world spaces as well as web based and augmented realities through performance, fantasy, interactions and site-specific works.

 

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Media Release here

A range of public programs will support this exhibition, for details contact Emma Matthews emma@lindenarts.org.

 

An urban walking trail, including hidden work by Akira Akira, and virtual works by Will Pappenheimer, Philip Samartzis and Colin Harman takes this exhibition outside the gallery walls. The artworks are situated in various St Kilda locations, use your SmartPhone or Tablet Device to take the tour. Download a map here. Or join a curator guided trail: Thursday 31 October 6pm, Thursday 7 November 6pm or Sunday 10 November 2pm.

The guided trails are free but bookings are essential.

 

A Space Oddity is proudly supported by:

 

Australia Council

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body


City of PortPhillip BW

This project has been supported by the City of Port Phillip through the Cultural Development Fund

 

A Space Oddity is proudly sponsored by:

 

Octopus Media

 

 

 

This exhibition is listed as an official event for International World Space Week 2013:

 

World Space Week