13 Dec – 23 Dec 2000
Anthea had been working on a series of photographs involving the process and outcome of dropping milk into glasses of water. The photographs were intended as part of a body of work toward a masters degree trough the Melbourne Institute of Technology, and brought to light some of the problems where ulterior motives can interfere with curating a successful show.
Hannah and Aaron Beehre
Aaron Beehre, Hannah Beehre
28 Nov – 9 Dec 2000
Hannah and Aaron Beehre followed with another collaborative series of work for the #3 series.
Richard Reddaway and Sean Kerr
Richard Reddaway, Sean Kerr
16 Nov – 25 Nov 2000
The #3 series began with a collaborative, untitled show by Richard Reddaway and Sean Kerr.
25 Oct – 1 Nov 2000
Summer Residency #3
Photo Extraction was a photographic installation exploring the function and production of certain cultural elements that go towards the formation of a national identity.
Andy Irving, Clem Devine
1 Oct – 29 Oct 2000
Summer Residency #4
New work from Andy Irving and Clem Devine.
27 Sep – 8 Oct 2000
Amanda Ra was the last artist to show in the Siren series. This exhibition also focused on a twisting of the siren’s allure, targeting the subject of its gaze.
Clem Devine, Sam Trustrum
19 Sep – 23 Sep 2000
Number four in the Siren series was a collabortive work by Clem Devine and Sam Trustrum.
30 Aug – 3 Sep 2000
Reuben Fischer exhibited a film piece, choosing to block off the main gallery space, instead using the foyer to present the work.
23 Aug – 27 Aug 2000
Ciaran's was the first show in the Siren series.
20 Aug – 3 Sep 2000
Antony Milton put on the third show of the Siren series.
5 Seconds vs 1/60th
8 Aug – 20 Aug 2000
As the sixth exhibition in the Viewfinder series, these works were sourced in everyday domestic tasks and functions that are performed to maintain our existence.
Observation Deck 2
2 Aug – 7 Aug 2000
The fifth show in the viewfinder series was an installation by Dan Arps.
25 Jul – 30 Jul 2000
The fourth show in the Viewfinder series was an installation by Andrew Thomas.
The Bright Side
18 Jul – 23 Jul 2000
The third show of the Viewfinder series involved an installation of fruits and vegetables by Chris Clements.
12 Jul – 16 Jul 2000
For the second exhibition in the Viewfinder series, John Lake installed five pairs of large glossy photographs based on a polystyrene shape. Each pair of photographs was hung in relation to the windows in the space.
4 Jul – 10 Jul 2000
Enjoy began the Viewfinder series and opened the gallery with a collaborative work by the Enjoy project team.