10 Nov – 5 Dec 2011
In the exhibition Force-Morph, Bowen examines the schism between the real and the virtual.
They don't know where you want to go
13 Oct – 5 Nov 2011
The installation They don’t know where you want to go attempts to explore the sensation of mediation through the metonym of magnified vision.
Andy Irving, Keila Martin
15 Sep – 8 Oct 2011
The Apocalypse Tent is an installation exploring ideas of habitation in our current doomed-filled predicament.
Mei Ling Cooper, Melanie Bell
11 Aug – 5 Sep 2011
Infinity Pool is an exhibition of paintings and sculptures, that considers the relationship between water and gesture through the simplicity of materials. Infinity Pool takes the ubiquitous resource of water as a starting point to examine monumentality as existing within everyday considerations.
Knock On The Sky Listen To The Sound
14 Jul – 6 Aug 2011
"Knock on the sky listen to the sound" is a Buddhist proverb Tiffany Singh first heard while travelling over the Himalayas on a pilgrimage to Lamayuru or Yuru Gompa, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Western Ladakh.
BEES Forever: The Future of Bee Construction
Catherine Caudwell, Deb Tuckey, Samantha Wallis
16 Jun – 9 Jul 2011
BEES Forever is an investigation into the possible reasons bee populations have declined. Offering a potential solution to the problem, BEES forever presents artificial bee construction as a viable option.
The Weight of Jupiter
Lisa Benson, Rossana Martinez, Zoe Rapley
18 May – 11 Jun 2011
Consisting primarily of gaseous and liquid matter, the atmospheric composition of Jupiter renders the gas giant without a solid surface; seemingly appropriate, considering it was named after the Roman God of Sky and Thunder.
What is Post-Formalism?
Billy Gruner, Sarah Keighery
21 Apr – 14 May 2011
Enjoy Gallery presents What is Post-Formalism? a show by Sydney based artists Billy Gruner and Sarah Keighery.
Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn
Andrew Barber, Bek Coogan, Benjamin Buchanan, Caroline Johnston, Clara Chon, Fiona Jack, Janneke Raaphorst, Rachel Walters, Rob McHaffie, Tessa Laird, Victoria Munro, Sonya Lacey
26 Mar – 16 Apr 2011
With various speculative interpretations surrounding 2012, and 2012 as the International Year of Astrology, the Horoscopes show, Aquarius, Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn has been conceived of as a playful exploration of the Zodiac, with twelve artists responding to their sun sign.
The Three Wise Men of Kurow
21 Mar – 22 Mar 2011
The Three Wise Men of Kurow is a show of Bob Kerr's paintings based on the story of Girvan McMillan, Andrew Davidson and Arnold Nordmeyer who lived in Kurow during the Depression of the 1930s.
John Di Stefano
24 Feb – 19 Mar 2011
The Return revisits images from the family archive as a means of evoking a connection with physical and psychic spaces of the past.
Enjoy Summer Residency
19 Jan – 17 Feb 2011
Raewyn Martyn’s residency takes the form of a working studio set up around the investigation of how abstract paint-based interventions and wall works operate in public space, both on-site and outside of a public gallery setting. The working studio will research recent related practice and present these findings in the form of a reading table in the gallery, a blog, and studio work.