25.10.18 VIP Opening: Geography of Space, Archaeology of TimeIzabela Pluta & Utako Shindo
Thursday 25 October
5.00pm - 6.00pm (VIP Preview & Board Welcome)
6.00pm - 8.00pm (Exhibition Opening)
ACP Project Space Gallery
72 Oxford Street
Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
The Australian Centre for Photography's Chair Michael Blomfield and Director Cherie McNair invite you to the VIP preview of Geography of Space, Archaeology of Time.
Each year the ACP facilitates a dialogue between an Australian and an International artist with the aim to foster and expand meaningful engagement and deeper global connections.
In 2018, the artists are Izabela Pluta (Sydney) and Utako Shindo (Tokyo). Over the last year Shindo and Pluta have shared with one another their fascination with space and time each creating new works concerned with the processes of translation, mutation and fragmentation, both poetically and analytically. In their creative production, each seeks to suspend geographical specifities and fold time so that archaeological remains are fused within a contemporary experience of place.
Limited capacity. Please RSVP
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THIS EXHIBITION IS SUPPORTED BY THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT THROUGH THE AUSTRALIA-JAPAN FOUNDATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE.
This exhibition is is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW.
Izabela Pluta, Abstruse terms and general uncertainties (ocean current 1), 2018. Chromogenic print on metallic paper. Courtesy the artist and THIS IS NO FANTASY, Melbourne
Utako Shindo, Still from Listening to Misterioso, 2011-18. Single channel video with sound. Camera assistance by Alex Kershaw in 2011. Courtesy of the artist with the support of Sutton Gallery, Melbourne.