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The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery presents a program of innovative exhibitions featuring the University's extensive art collection, as well as new, contemporary art and touring shows.
All upcoming exhibitions are subject to change. More information will be made available close to the exhibition start date.
Miriam Stannage: Survey 2006 - 2016 showcases Stannage’s characteristically wry observations of life, and testifies to her ongoing experimentation and innovation across a range of media. The artist utilises everyday objects to offer a commentary on fame, and the fragile and transitory nature of our time on this planet.
Photographs from major series including Elvis and Marilyn (Spirit Photographs), 2009-2010, Paradise Lost, 2008 and her most recent Security Notice series, 2014 - 2015 will be on display.
Image: Miriam Stannage, Untitled 1 and 2 from Paradise Lost series, 2008, lightjet photograph, 70 x 100 cm, The University of Western Australia Art Collection, University Senate Grant, 2014, © Miriam Stannage
A four screen video projection that transports the viewer into the middle of an Iranian bazaar. Filming simultaneously in all four directions, Iranian-born artist Hossein Valamanesh has captured a moment in the everyday life of his birthplace.
Image: Hossein Valamanesh, Char Soo, 2014,
pre-production still, courtesy the artist and GAG Projects, Adelaide.
Photograph by M Reza Jahanpanah,
© Hossein Valamanesh/Licensed by Viscopy, 2014.
In 2012 Australian artist Kelly Doley initiated the project The Learning Centre: Two Feminists, inviting 16 participants from different backgrounds to teach her about feminism. Thoughts, facts and ideas from these conversations were translated into 95 hand-painted posters, transforming the live encounter between the artist and participant into an archive of feminist thought and history.
Unapologetically brash and knowingly contradictory, Kelly Doley: Things Learnt About Feminism investigates the tropes and cliches of the political poster and celebrates the strength and diversity of feminism today.
Presented by the UWA’s Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art, the nation’s only public collection of art by Australian women.
Kelly Doley, Things Learnt About Feminism #1 - #95, 2012, 52 x 60 cm, ink on 220 gsm card and installation view 2014, Boxcopy Brisbane. Photos: Jessica Maurer
All future exhibitions are subject to change. Please visit the website again closer to the exhibition opening date for more information.