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Rise Sound Gallery – Jon Tarry

Rise Sound Gallery, this display changes twice a year and consists of sound works from the State Art Collection.

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WA Now – Tom Muller

Multi-disciplinary WA artist Tom Muller will present objects, interventions and a staged performance exploring historical, alchemic and anthropocentric connections to the present. 

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Tom Muller Infinity track 2005.

Tom Muller Infinity track 2005. Engraved acrylic, 240 x 110 x 1 cm. State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Purchased 2005.

Pulse Perspectives 2019

WA's talented young artists are celebrated in this yearly showcase, gauging the pulse of young people who will influence, empower and shape the world we live in.

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Charlotte Olsen See with your hands feel with your eyes 2019 (detail).

Charlotte Olsen See with your hands feel with your eyes 2019 (detail). Textile manipulation techniques: punch needling/machine embroidery/hand dying of fabrics/knitting/hand stitching/woodworking construction; hand saw/table saw/dropsaw/gluing/magnifying sheed; Braille document, four parts: 146 x 69 x 10cm; 135 x 64 x 4.5 cm; 125 x 62 x 5 cm; 110 x 29 x 23 cm. Geraldton Grammar School. 

Screen Space – Stuart Ringholt

Perth-born, Melbourne-based Stuart Ringholt creates performance-based, process-oriented and audience participation-reliant works which deal with experience of fear and embarrassment devised in amateur self-help environments. 

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Stuart Ringholt AUM (a) Anger Workshops (b) 2007; 2012 (detail).

Stuart Ringholt AUM (a) Anger Workshops (b) 2007; 2012 (detail). Video, edition of 5 poster, 5/12, video: 28 mins: 27 secs poster: 127 x 176 cm. State Art Collection, Art Gallery of Western Australia. Purchased through the TomorrowFund, Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, 2012.

Tom Malone Prize 2020

The Tom Malone Prize is a highly respected national event within the Australian glass art community.

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Mark Eliott Down at the water table 2018

Mark Eliott Down at the water table 2018. Borosilicate glass – blown and hot sculpted, recycled Australian Red Cedar, water. 58 cm H x 69cm W x 16 cm. Photography by Richard Weinstein.

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