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AirSpace Projects is now closed until Friday 2 October, when four new exhibitions activate the space.

Join the artists for opening drinks

Friday 2 October 6-8pm


GALLERY ONE

Marlene Sarroff

Sustained Expansion

Marlene Sarroff Pub shot copy


GALLERY TWO

Allison M. Low

Oddlings

dorothy-web copy 2


THE CRANNY

Marikit Santiago

Altar Ego

Malakas & Maganda copy


DEEP SPACE

Anna Kirk

Optical Avatar

Anna Kirk Pub Shot


Please highlight Upcoming Exhibitions under Exhibitions and Proposals on the AirSpace Projects menu to find out more.


Images top to bottom

Marlene Sarroff, Installation view multiple visions and (mis-steps), 2015. Courtesy of the artist.

Allison M. Low, Dorothy, 2015, graphite and gouache on paper, 90 x 71cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Marikit Santiago, Malakas & Maganda, 2015, acrylic, oil and gold leaf on canvas, 120 x 160cm. Courtesy of the artist.

Anna Kirk, Optical Avatar, 2015. Courtesy of the artist.

All images copyright of the artists ©2015

 

Danger Will Robinson

Danger Will Robinson! is coming soon …

To be opened by Dr Andrew Frost at 6.30pm Friday 27 June at AirSpace Projects. All Welcome!

This unofficial satellite exhibition coincides with the final days of Conquest of Space: Science Fiction and Contemporary Art at UNSW Galleries and features a stellar cast of artists:

Tony Albert, Pat Brassington, Lynda Draper, Brenda Factor, C.Moore Hardy, Helen Hyatt Johnston, Shalini Jardin, Deborah Kelly, Allison M. Low, Sarah Newall, Sarah Park, Somboun Phonesouk, Jane Polkinghorne, Margarita Sampson, Abdullah M I Syed, TextaQueen, Yiorgos Zafiriou, Louise Zhang

This exhibition runs for 3 days only!

11.00 – 5.00pm Friday 27, Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 June

See Upcoming Exhibitions for more details

 

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