Sandra Selig's heart of the air you can hear (2011) and a selection of works from the Universes series (2006-) are currently on display at the McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery, Langwarrin VIC. Curated by Janine Burke the exhibition 'Human / Animal / Artist: Art Inspired by Animals' examines the relationship between contemporary artists practice from Australia and overseas to the structures and behaviours created by different animals.
GORDON BENNETT, IAN BURN, JUDY WATSON, SANDRA SELIG, LUKE ROBERTS, TIM JOHNSON, VERNON AH KEE, EUGENE CARCHESIO & STUART RINGHOLT: GOMA TURNS 10 & SUGAR SPIN
The work of Gordon Bennett, Ian Burn, Eugene Carchesio, Luke Roberts, Tim Johnson, Vernon Ah Kee, Sandra Selig and Stuart Ringholt features as part of 'Sugar Spin', a large-scale and ambitious exhibition featuring work from the QAGOMA collection and new commissions, such as Judy Watson's 'tow row' 2016. The exhibition is situated at the Gallery of Modern Art and is part of the Gallery's tenth birthday celebrations 'GOMA Turns 10'.
Penrith Regional Gallery, The Lewers Bequest and the Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences (Sydney) presented 'Gravity (And Wonder)' a group exhibition that considers the creative potential of gravity. Gravity invisibly governs the movement of the world, the shape of space and the flow of time - it is these qualities that influence the work of the artists shown. The exhibition will include a new installation by Sandra Selig.
Sandra Selig presents new work as part of a solo exhibition 'pattern ghost' at Boxcopy, Brisbane opening this Saturday 30 April at 6pm. The exhibition runs until 21 May 2016. Read more.
Christian Capurro, Ian Burn and Sandra Selig feature as part of Writing Art, curated by Scott Donovan. The project is part of the Ideas Platform initiative at Art Space, Sydney. Opening tonight at 6pm and running to 16 July 2015. Read more.
PETER BURGESS, SANDRA SELIG & MADONNA STAUNTON, STREETWISE: CONTEMPORARY PRINT CULTURE, NGA, CANBERRA
Works on paper by Peter Burgess, Sandra Selig and Madonna Staunton are included in the group exhibition 'Streetwise: Contemporary Print Culture' at the National Gallery of Australia. The exhibtion is a survey of the last fifteen years of print making in Australia, featuring over 40 contemporary printmakers from across the country. 'Streetwise: Contemporary Print Culture' runs 1 May until 7 August.
Eugene Carchesio, Ross Manning and Sandra Selig feature as part of 'The Kaleidoscopic Turn', a group exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, opening 20 March 2015 at the NGV Australia. The Kaleidoscopic Turn brings together works by artists working with colour, light, sound, movement and space.
Luminous presents work drawn from the Museum of Contemporary Art collection by contemporary Australian artists that explore the effects of light. Featuring work by Sandra Selig and Peter Kennedy, the exhibition runs 9 March - 8 June 2015. Read more.
A two channel video/sound installation by Sandra Selig is exhibited at the Australia Centre for Contemporary Art as part of 'Framed Movements' from 10 October - 23 November. The exhibition explores the many ways a movement-based approach to the occupation of time and space is reflected in contemporary art. Read more.
A suite of 21 cut-poems and collages by Sandra Selig features as part of the upcoming group show 'Notes from the Field', curated by Melissa Keys. The exhibition will be held at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Victoria College of the Arts from 11 September - 11 October. Read more.
Sandra Selig's new public artwork Echo Orbit has recently been completed in the Brunswick St Mall, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane. For images and an interview with the artist, read more via Artshub.
A pop up exhibition will open on Thursday 6th December from 6 - 8pm. Propositions will span over two warehouse spaces and will run from 6 - 11 December. The address is 78 Logan Rd Woolloongabba (100m down the road from Milani Gallery).
Part One: Eugene Carchesio, Ross Manning and Sandra Selig.
Part Two: Vernon Ah Kee, Khadim Ali, Richard Bell, Gordon Bennett, Ian Burn, Gordon Hookey, Peter Kennedy, Tom Nicholson, Raquel Ormella, Stuart Ringholt, Madonna Staunton, Judy Watson.
Eugene Carchesio and Sandra Selig have both been selected as finalists in the 2012 Gold Coast Art Prize. The prize will be awarded on Friday 7 December and the exhibition continues through to 3 February 2013.
For more information: www.theartscentregc.com.au
Sandra Selig is featured in the exhibition Build Me a City at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide. The exhibition is a collaboration between the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia and the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, exploring the living history of different sites. The show runs 9 November - 8 December 2012.
Lucy Griggs and Sandra Selig's works to feature in the inaugural Ex post triennial exhibition at QUT that surveys the work of outstanding visual arts alumni. The exhibition runs from 3 November until 23 December 2012.
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Eugene Carchesio, Ross Manning and Sandra Selig's works appear in the exhibition Sonic Spheres at the Tarrawarra Museum of Art, which has been reviewed in today's Age. Please find the link below:
Eugene Carchesio, Ross Manning and Sandra Selig have been selected to exhibit in the 2012 Tarrawarra Biennale: Sonic Spheres. The exhibition runs from August 5 - December 9, 2012.
Sandra Selig's The Moon and it's Ghosts will be showcased on the Federation Square Big Screen for Experimenta Illumination. Curated by Gemma Lumley for Federation Square's 'The Light in Winter' Festival, Sandra's work will feature amongst a selection of Australian and international artists on the Federation Square Big Screen from 1 June - 1 July 2012.
Please see the Federation Square Big Screen schedule for more details: http://www.fedsquare.com/events/fedtv/
Works by Kirsty Bruce, Natalya Hughes, Sandra Selig and Judy Watson will be exhibited as part of a display contemporary Australian women artists at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane. The exhibition will be accompanied by public programs and a full colour publication with essays by Julie Ewington and Emily Maguire. For more information:http://qag.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/contemporary_australia_women/.
Contemporary Australia: Women, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 21 April - 22 July 2012.
A number of artists represented by Milani Gallery will be included in an upcoming exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.
Ten Years of Contemporary Art features highlights from the collection of James C. Sourris AM.
For more information: http://qag.qld.gov.au/exhibitions/coming_soon/ten_years_of_contemporary_art_the_james_c_sourris_am_collection
A solo exhibition by Sandra Selig has just opened at Artspace, Sydney. Entitled be some other material, the exhibition comprises a new, site specific light installation, encompassing both audio and moving image elements. The work was produced during Selig's recent one month residency at Artspace. be some other material, Artspace, Sydney, August 31 - September 31, 2011. http://www.artspace.org.au/gallery_project.php?i=150
Works by Damiano Bertoli, Sandra Selig, Gemma Smith, Natalya Hughes, Tim Johnson, Madeleine Kelly, Jemima Wyman and Ross Manning are all featured in the upcoming exhibition New Psychedelia at the University of Queensland Art Museum, Brisbane.
Sandra Selig has made a new site specific installation for the exhibition Networks (cells & silos) at the Monash University Museum of Art. Curated by Geraldine Barlow, Networks (cells & silos) explores connections between artistic representations of networks; patterns and structures found in nature; and the rapidly evolving field of network science, communications and human relations. Selig was commissioned to make a new thread installation for the exhibition, entitled heart of the air you can hear.
Works by Eugene Carchesio and Sandra Selig have been selected for an upcoming drawing exhibition at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne. Curated by Linda Michael, Freehand: Recent Australian Drawing present works by twenty five contemporary Australian artists for whom drawing is a fundamental part of their practice. Freehand: Recent Australian Drawing, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, 26 November 2010 - 6 March 2011.http://www.heide.com.au/exhibitions/drawings_contemporary_artists?exhib=50
Works by Kate Beynon, Ian Burn, Robert Hunter, Raquel Ormella, Gareth Sansom and Sandra Selig have been selected for the inaugural exhibition at the new Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne. Change explores the breadth and depth of the Monash University Collection, featuring works from the 1960s through to today. Change, Monash University Museum of Art, 27 October - 18 December, 2010. http://www.monash.edu.au/muma/exhibitions/change.html
Works by Eugene Carchesio, Damiano Bertoli, Bonita Ely, Raquel Ormella and Sandra Selig are included in the upcoming exhibition (to) give time to time, organised by the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide. (to) give time to time will consider ephemeral art practices, both past and present, in Australian art. The project and accompanying symposium will be staged across various sites in Adelaide and Mildura in August and September. For more information: http://aeaf.org.au/exhibitions/10_tgttt.html
An upcoming exhibition at the QUT Art Museum considers the influence of Japan on the work of contemporary Australian artists. Curated by Vanessa Van Ooyen, Zen to Kawaii: The Japanese Affect includes works by Eugene Carchesio, Natalya Hughes, Raquel Ormella and Sandra Selig. QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, 13 July - 19 December, 2010.http://www.artmuseum.qut.edu.au/exhibit/news-event.jsp?news-event-id=31092
Historic and contemporary artworks will be juxtaposed in an exhibition that highlights the depth of collecting at UQ. Many artists are on display through July 4, including Ian Burn, Luke Roberts, Richard Bell, Vernon Ah Kee, Gordon Bennett, Sandra Selig, Eugene Carchesio, Judy Watson, Tim Johnson, Madonna Staunton and many more. Read more here: http://www.uq.edu.au/centenary/100-years-100-artworks
Sandra Selig will exhibit new work in Before and After Science, curated by Sarah Tutton and Charlotte Day, at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Opens February 26.
Orange Trumpet, a vinyl release of The Deadnotes' early recordings, will be launched at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, 5 November at 7pm. The Deadnotes, including Eugene Carchesio and Sandra Selig, will perform at the event. For more information:http://www.ima.org.au/pages/news.php
Works by Vernon Ah Kee & Sandra Selig are being exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art as part of Avoiding myth & message: Australian artists & the literary world. Curated by Glenn Barkley, this exhibition will features artists whose works have been informed by literature.