Art 14 London

28 February – 2 March 2014

with Fehily Contemporary



New Psychedlia

Luminous Worlds

solo show

Gippsland Regional Gallery, Sale

March 2014

Luminous World CATALOGUE

Uncanny Valleys

solo show

10 April – 13 May 2014

The Cat Street Gallery Hong Kong



Vertigo, a touring exhibition curated by Claire Anna Watson, presents works by ten of Australia’s most cutting edge contemporary artists: Boe-lin Bastian, Cate Consandine, Simon Finn, Justine Khamara, Bonnie Lane, Kristin McIver, Kiron Robinson, Tania Smith, Kate Shaw and Alice Wormald.  The artists interrogate contemporary life, exploring the fracture, chaos and dislocation that arises in the human condition and in a world which is imbued with flux and change. The experience of dizziness and a loss of perspective are explored within a world that is gripped by an acceleration of time and pace. Presenting sculptural works, collage, drawing and video, the artists disrupt the ordinariness that can pervade life, building new narratives of human experience. Through conveying feelings of anxiety and humour or through absurd gestures, the artists in Vertigo attempt to make sense of the world around them, with dizzying effects.

                   17 March – 20 April 2014                              

Galeri Soemardja, Institute of Technology, Bandung, INDONESIA

                    10 May – June  2014                            

Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), Taipei, TAIWAN

November – December 2014

POSCO Museum of Art, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA




In Your Dreams

(9 May – 8 June) 2014

The Counihan Gallery Brunswick

Michael Doolan, Daniel Dorall, William Eicholts , Gracia Haby and Louise Jennison, Dylan Martorell, Steaphan Paton, Kate Rohde, Kate Shaw, Sally Smart, Van Sowerwine  and Isobel Knowles, Yandell Walton and Sharon West. Curated by Edwina Bartlem and Victor Griss  Many works have whimsical or surreal qualities that evoke associations with dreams, fairy tales and fables. Like so many folkloric tales, these artworks sometimes have a dark undercurrent or cautionary quality that lends them an ambiguity. Ideas of cuteness, reality, history, power and belonging are considered and questioned through various formal and symbolic devices. Several artists play with scale by drawing the viewer into a microworld or overshadowing them with colossal creations. While the immense scale of some artworks may generate a sense of awe and wonder in the viewer, the flip-side of this is the potential to take on the role of the giant, observing the drama and curiosity of a Lilliputian world.


Conquest of Space

curated by Andrew Frost

COFA Galleries

May 16 to July 5, 2014

Meridian (Semi Kazahstan: Russia) 2013