Serving Suggestions at Alfred Health

Serving Suggestions, a Linden New Art offsite project, is a site-specific video and sound installation commissioned by Linden New Art and Alfred Health.

Exhibition at the Alfred Innovation & Education Hub
Alfred Hospital precinct, Melbourne
Curator: Vincent Alessi
October 2023 - April 2024
Please note: contact the artists or Linden New Art to organise access
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Mission Crimps at National Gallery of Victoria

Mission Crimps presents a scenario that is audible as much as visible, reminding us of the non-singularity of what we are seeing. The calibrations and configurations of the human mind find analogous views via an old telephone exchange with its reams of colourful cabling, metallic switches and exchange circuits. 

Melbourne Now
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
24 March to 20 August 2023

NGV x recess Artist Film Program
17-23 July 2023

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Where Lakes Once Had Water at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain

The exhibition Ecosystem Assembly is based on the notion of "critical zone" such as developed by Bruno Latour, this complex zone of the living made of interactions and retroactions, where human and non-human coexist and share an uncertain future.

From a variety of perspectives and issues related to nature, history, resource extraction, geopolitics, social anchorage in a territory, and community, the exhibition opens a prospective space that documents and questions our contemporary time in crisis.

Artists: Viktor Brim, Matthew Garrison, Inger Lise Hansen, Nicole Hewitt, Yasmine Kabir, Daniel Kötter, Lasse Lau, Sonia Leber & David Chesworth, Jan Locus & Stijn Demeulenaere, Lukas Marxt, Ariane Michel, Pia Rönicke, Lawrence Weiner.

Ecosystem Assembly
Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain
Curators: Nathalie Hénon, Jean-François Rettig
2 March to 16 April 2023
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Where Lakes Once Had Water at TarraWarra Museum of Art

Where Lakes Once Had Water, an exhibition that is audible as much as visible, features a large-scale, dual-screen 28-minute video work Where Lakes Once Had Water (2020) that transports us to remote ancient dry lakes of Australia's Northern Territory. In 2018 and 2019, the artists travelled with a team of Earth scientists who were investigating changes in the climate, landscape and ecology in the Northern Territory. Their journey took them to the remote, ephemeral Lake Woods, to Nitmiluk/Katherine Gorge and to Girraween Lagoon— to the lands and waters of the Mudburra, Marlinja, Jingili, Elliot, Jawoyn and Larrakia communities.

The exhibition also features three new sound, video and sculptural works. Sound Before Sound I: One and Three Scores (2022), Sound Before Sound II: Auditioning the Archive (2022), and Sound Before Sound III: Lyrebirdity (2022) explore sound, landscape and the archive.

Sonia Leber and David Chesworth: Where Lakes Once Had Water
TarraWarra Museum of Art
Wurundjeri Country, Healesville, Australia
30 July to 13 November 2022
Curator: Victoria Lynn
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