Exhibition Dates: 29 April - 20 May2011
Opening Night: Friday 29 April 6pm – 9pm

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Hidden Revelations by Ollie Lucas
Originally hailing from Perth, Ollie Lucas is a visual artist now residing in Melbourne. His work revolves around the cerebral phenomenon ‘Pareidolia’. Pareidolia put simply is seeing objects in clouds or recognisable objects in patterns or surfaces. His surfaces are created through swirling colours blending together to create a dynamic moving base. It’s upon this base that the intricate pattern work is drawn on. Through an almost meditational practice the pattern work combines with the colour to create a complex and detailed abstract surface for the eye to explore. His work invites the viewer to come back again and again to see and discover new objects reveal themselves amongst the linework. Ollie is currently studying his final year of Fine Art at RMIT and has several solo and group exhibitions to his name..




Body Nobody by Ellen Taylor
Ellen’s work deals with processes of imbuing personal objects and materials with meaning. In this exhibition there is a particular importance placed upon the image of vacant clothing. These empty vessels are used repeatedly throughout the exhibition, as garments reconstructed into small scale sculptural works and re-imagined into large, dense biro drawings.  Removed from the person, like a shed skin, Ellen believes clothing acts as a floppy memory of where we have been and as a stand in for the body







I heart Collingwood by Shini Pararajasingham
The human heart is a muscular organ that provides a continuous blood circulation through the cardiac cycle and is one of the most vital organs in the human body. The heart is divided into four main chambers: the two upper chambers are called the left and right atria and two lower chambers are called the right and left ventricles. There is a thick wall of muscle separating the right side and the left side of the heart called the septum. With each beat the right ventricle pumps the same amount of blood into the lungs that the left ventricle pumps out into the body. Physicians commonly refer to the right atrium and right ventricle together as the right heart and to the left atrium and ventricle as the left heart.
performance by Madeleine Morris on opening night.











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