Dug And Digging With / In Aeaf 24:7 1000 Forms Of Fear

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DUG AND DIGGING WITH
Matthew Bradley, Matea Gluscevic, Ray Harris, Matt Huppatz, Julia McInerney, Riley O’Keeffe, Tom Squires

An exhibition about the mysteries and paradoxes of being. The twelve-month project has been in many ways a document of its own development – an ongoing, recursive meditation on absurdity, ineffability, that which lies at the end of an endless period of becoming, and the simultaneous nobility and futility of art-making.

Curated by Katie Barber and Stan Mahoney
AEAF’s 2016 Curatorial Collaborators

OPENING: 5—7PM THURSDAY 21 JULY 2016
ENDS: 27 AUGUST 2016

ARTIST TALK: 1pm 19 AUGUST

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1000 FORMS OF FEAR
Curated by Carollyn Kavanagh

All Due Restraint
Jess Taylor*
*Proudly supported by 3D Print AU.

OPENING: 21 JULY 5—7PM
CLOSE: 28 AUGUST 2016

1000 Forms of Fear examines feelings of unease, menace and dread—an escalating sense of horror, echoing the perception of fear that pervades our daily life.

The first artist in a series of three installations, Jess Taylor explores violent representations through the language of model-making, reflecting a tendency to project ourselves and our anxieties onto the make believe.

**Exhibitions are part of the 2016 SALA Festival.**
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By: Australian Experimental Art Foundation

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