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EXHIBITIONS

SHANNON LYONS | LI

13 January 2021 - 27 March 2021

Li is a site-specific installation that responds to the unique social and institutional histories of the Bundoora Homestead Art Centre, formerly the Bundoora Repatriation Mental Hospital. The installation pays homage to the caregiving environment that once existed for patients at the hospital, and makes reference to ‘the shed’ -a kitchen located in an unused ward that became the locus for…

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JEREMY EATON | THROUGH THE HAND TO THE MOUTH

13 January 2021 - 27 March 2021

Through the hand to the mouth explores the gesture of lighting a cigarette as a recurrent and coded motif occurring in gay cinema since 1950. Presented in the atmospheric Old Billiards Room at Bundoora Homestead, this series of largescale prints continues Eaton’s inquiry into undisclosed homosocial histories, evoking the sensuality of these discrete exchanges.

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THE MULTIVERSE

16 January 2021 - 27 March 2021

Xanthe Dobbie | IMMI | Bhenji Ra as part of Club Ate with Justin Shoulder | Diego Ramirez | Kaylene Whiskey Curated by Charlotte Christie | Digital Space designed by Alexandra Margetic The Multiverse Digital Space is live at the-multiverse.com.auIn the multiverse all possibilities exist. Artists often ask us to reimagine the world we know into different possibilities; some dark,…

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EO GILL | CLEAVE

7 April 2021 - 26 June 2021

CLEAVE, meaning both to split or sever and to stick to, presents two slippery figures in a domestic setting who perform the same scenes over and again, with changes in emphasis, intonation and camera placement.  The project uses the formal and aesthetic properties of amateur pornography and erotic narrative to question issues of agency, pleasure and autonomy with the aim…

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VIOLENT SALT

7 April 2021 - 26 June 2021

Violent Salt brings together contemporary artists from across Australia representing diverse cultural heritage. Co-curated by Yhonnie Scarce and Claire Watson, the exhibition reflects on the experiences of the marginalised, the underrepresented and the silenced. The exhibition discusses issues surrounding racism and discrimination against First Nations peoples and minority groups as well as the lack of respect for, and desecration of…

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NICK JAMES ARCHER | RESTLESS

7 April 2021 - 26 June 2021

There are places in which the body finds rest, yet these places also play host to periods of immense unrest. A pillow can be a place of calm, yet also a place of isolation, torment and sleepless nights. A chair can be a place that slows the body down to assist contemplation, or a place of incoherent thought. The energy…

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