Bundoora Homestead Art Centre

7 Prospect Hill Drive, Bundoora

Thursday - Sunday 10am-5pm

What’s On


Aaron Christopher Rees

CROCODILITY

May 3, 2018 - June 17, 2018
Opening: May 19, 2018 - 2pm - 4pm

Crocodility is an ancient term for the deliberate use of unsound reasoning, derived from an enduring logic problem known as the Crocodile Paradox. Giving visual form to what is usually a literary device, this exhibition brings together a selection of paintings, sculptures, videos and new media works that reflect the slippery characteristics that we associate with the paradoxical. By examining the presence of circularity, contradiction, the absurd and dream logic in these artworks, the exhibition considers the role that paradox plays in the making and understanding of contemporary art.

The artists include: Dord Burrough, Ann Debono, Nicholas Ives, Tomasz Kobialka, Dan Moynihan, Aaron Christopher Rees and Marian Tubbs. Curated by Boe-lin Bastian.

Exhibition Opening
Help celebrate Crocodility and the exhibition One on One. To be opened by Amelia Winata, Independent Writer and Curator.
WHEN Saturday 19 May | 2–4pm
COST Free | includes refreshments
BOOKINGS not required

ENGAGE
Artists’ /Curator Talk | Details here


Annie Gobel

ONE ON ONE

May 19, 2018 - July 29, 2018
Opening: May 19, 2018 - 2pm - 4pm

One on One showcases nine jewellers and object makers who invite play and movement in their work. This exhibition features works that come to life with touch and through physical one-on-one interactions. Exploring the physical relationship between the object and the audience, visitors will be invited at allocated times to interact with works which can be played as instruments, manoeuvre to perform scenes or constructed to make puzzles. Please check our website for these times.

The artists include Chris Bahng, Katie Collins, Anna Davern, Mark Edgoose, Hendrik Forster, Wanda Gillespie, Annie Gobel, Wendy Korol and Claire McArdle. Curated by Olivia Poloni.

Exhibition Opening
Help celebrate One on One and the exhibition Crocodility.  To be opened by Amelia Winata, Independent Writer and Curator.
WHEN Saturday 19 May | 2–4pm
COST Free | includes refreshments
BOOKINGS not required

ENGAGE
Artist / Curator Talk | Details here

‘PLAY’ SESSIONS
Come along during these dedicated ‘play’ sessions where visitors are invited to touch and interact with the artworks in the One on One exhibition.
Saturday 16 June, 2-4pm
Saturday 30 June, 2-4pm
Saturday 14 July, 2-4pm
Saturday 28 July, 2-4pm

Ramona Barry
Darebin Nature Weaving 2018

CRAFT LAB+

May 19, 2018 - July 29, 2018

CALLING ALL CRAFTERS!

If you’re into knitting, macramé, quilting, embroidery, tapestry, patchwork, felting or work with any other textile based craft then we welcome you to be part of Craft Lab+ by taking up residence at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre from 19 May to 29 July and help create a community of crafters. All works created will be part of the exhibition to be shown in the galleries from 21 June to 29 July.

Drop in at any time during public hours to work on your piece, there will also be a number of facilitated craft classes run by Ramona Barry.

Ramona Barry is a writer, curator and maker specialising in craft and design. She is the co-author of The Craft Companion (Thames & Hudson 2016), co-director of the handmadelife project, former special project officer, program manager and board chair of Craft Victoria and current coordinator of the Art Craft & Cookery Competition and Makers Pavilion for the Royal Melbourne Show.

 

MAKING LAB | 19 May – 29 July

FREE WORKSHOPS WITH RAMONA BARRY | Thursdays and Sundays, 1-4pm: 20 May – 26 July | Free – No bookings required
VIEW THE FULL WORKSHOP PROGRAM HERE

EXHIBITION | 21 June – 29 July

CLOSING CELEBRATION | Saturday 28 July 2-4pm

ARTIST IN RESIDENCE | John Brooks

TEMPORARY PUBLIC ART INSTALLATION  | Lindy de Wijn – Connection 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

ENQUIRIES | Bundoorahomestead@darebin.vic.gov.au | (03) 9496 1060

Lindy de Wijn
The Lace Project (detail) 2017

LINDY DE WIJN | CONNECTION

May 19, 2018 - July 29, 2018

Connection by local artist Lindy De Wijn, will transform the exterior of the Homestead with large scale rope creations that combine traditional and contemporary lace making techniques. Lindy is recognised for combining her skills as an occupational therapist and her arts practice. Her current projects involve introducing contemporary lace works into the public realm and bringing lace ‘beyond the doily’.

John Brooks
Varða IV 2016

JOHN BROOKS | ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

June 20, 2018 - July 29, 2018
Opening: June 20, 2018 -

John Brooks works across textiles, video and installation. Making intuitively, he allows the potential of the materials to inform part of the process while also potentially projecting thoughts and ideas onto non-human entities. He has a Bachelor of Fine Art (drawing) from the Victorian College of the Arts, Fine Art (honours) from Monash University and an Advanced Diploma in Textile Design from RMIT. Recent exhibitions include the third Tamworth Textile Triennial, Every Second Feels Like a Century at West Space, Materiality at Town Hall Gallery, Body + Cloth at the Australian Tapestry Workshop, and Off Grid at Blindside.