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Edmund Pearce Gallery- New show

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Opening - Thursday Nov 27 / 6-8 PM

Exhibitions / November 26 – December 20

Gallery One:
Arini Byng & Georgia Hutchison / Adult Contemporary

Adult Contemporary extends on the collaborative practice of Arini Byng and Georgia Hutchison. Through an open-ended enquiry of sampling, combining and collapsing material elements – the work explores the process of studio photography and its relationship to material and encounter.

Gallery Two:
Breckon / Set this House in Order

Set this House in Order lifts a number of objects from Breckon’s suburban childhood home, presenting them as meticulous photographic ‘skins’ of the objects themselves. A Sanyo radio from the 1970s, a well-worn tape and briefcase sit within this ongoing series, their wear and tear set out in minute detail, as though preserved in a museum of a forensic notebook.

Gallery Black:
Katherine Griffiths / Naturally Beautiful

Naturally Beautiful aims to create an insight into the female image generated by popular culture and its potential influence on our younger generation, ultimately challenging our ideals and perception on how we see beauty in today’s society.


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SPEED WEEK, Marcus Thomson

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For the second year running Marcus Thomson has photographed Speed Week at Lake Gairdner, South Australia in preparation for his latest exhibition showing now at Edmund Pearce Gallery in Melbourne.

SPEED WEEK explores the relationship between the die-hard speed freaks and the arid, unforgiving salt lake.

Speed Week was printed by JCP Studios and is showing at Edmund Pearce Gallery until May 31.

Marcus has also just been given an honorable mention for a Speed Week image in the Photography Masters Cup and was a nominee for a band shoot.

Speed Week
May 07 - May 31
Edmund Pearce Gallery
Level 2, Nicholas Building
37 Swanston Street (corner Flinders Lane)

Opening May 08 / 6 - 8pm


Heather Dinas / The Space Between at Edmund Pearce Gallery

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Review by John Armstrong.

“Dinas is discovering and creating an emotional vocabulary and image-repertoire that we need today. We go through life, longing for something, hardly knowing what it is - some distant fulfilment, some meeting of minds, some sense of ultimate arrival and belonging. Yet we are creatures of the here and now: we are sensuous, immediate - we need to touch and hold, and see and feel directly. And the great task of art down the ages has been to discover how these two can meet - clutch the intangible, hold onto what is fleeting, give silence a voice.”

John Armstrong Philosopher and Author.

Heather Dinas / The Space Between. April 02 – May 03 2014

Edmund Pearce Gallery
Level 2, Nicholas Building
37 Swanston Street (corner Flinders Lane)

Opening function Thursday April 03 6-8pm.

Artist talk, Saturday April 12 2pm.


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