Exploring subjectivity, heritage, ideological beliefs, discourse and doubt, 'DANDY SAVAGE' captures a journey, a surf-based exploration, aboard a boat in remote Papua New Guinea.
ANASTASIA BOOTH, CAROLYN CRAIG, KRISTIAN FRACCHIA, MARISA GEORGIOU, DONNA MALONE, CAITY REYNOLDS, TYZA STEWART, LYNDEN STONE, HENRI VAN NOORDENBURG
4 - 19 April 2020
This group of intensely self-reflective art-makers celebrate the guilty, introverted pleasure of being able to withdraw from the mundane to make art.
RADIUS: NEW ART FROM THE REGION
ALARA GEEBUNG (CAMERON), LYLE DUNCAN, AMELIA MCLEISH, BETTY RUSS
7 - 22 March 2020
A look at new work by artists working within a geographical radius of THE WALLS spanning South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales.
1 – 22 December, 2019
The works in The Adventure represent a longing to escape from where we are, only to discover that it’s certain parts of ourselves that we are really needing solace from.
MIAMI/MIAMI (HOT STUFF)
8 - 24 November, 2019
In 2019 our international exchange MIAMI/MIAMI entered its fourth year with artist Jordan Azcune travelling to Miami in Florida to undertake research and to develop new work for an exhibition at The Walls. Through a comparative study between Florida and the Gold Coast, Jordan has used his Miami residency to explore post-Christian-campiness with wax, glass and gold.
TOUCHING IN THE ALL
13 – 22 September 2019 [Originally 15 - 17 March]
'touching in the all' continues KINLY GREY’s study of light phenomena as metaphysical inquiry, intuitive meaning-making, and as a humble attempt to glimpse the divine.
AGENTS OF CONFUSION, ELLIOT BASTIANON, JAMES HORNSBY, JOANNA KAMBOURIAN, JORDAN AZCUNE, SEAMUS PLATT, TIM WILSON
Curated by MARIAM ARCILLA
Exhibition continues until 15 December
Riding along the undercurrents of Turner Prizes and Archibalds, #PRIZENOPRIZE is an exhibition that champions and democratises art across all media and levels. Think of it as a soft power alternative to the head-churning, nail-biting process that comes with applying for art awards – or being shortlisted for the coveted Bachelor rose of the artworld.
There is no prize money, entry fee or % commission on sales; instead this is an open platform for contemporary and experimental artists (especially emerging artists) across Australia to exhibit/perform at THE WALLS this December — which we think is a prize in itself. We’ll be showcasing a cross-section of works, including multi-disciplinary, projection and moving-image based, performance and large-scale installation works. #PRIZENOPRIZE 2018 marks the third year of the national open call and exhibition.
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