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You are invited to join us for the final celebration of our current exhibition ‘Black Flag Nine’ by Christopher V. Lapa. This Saturday afternoon we will be closing the show with a feast of vegetarian sausages and beer, a perfect chance to talk with the artist face to face and enjoy the work in a more relaxed environment.

Closing Feast: Saturday 20th May 3-5pm
*Gold coin donation per drink













Interlude Gallery invites you to our up and coming exhibition titled “a necessary stupidity” By Gillian Lavery & Mike Barnard.

Opening Night: Thursday 25 May, 6-8pm Closing Event: Saturday 3 June, 3-5pm

This exhibition is the first in a collaborative project between Gillian Lavery and Mike Barnard exploring notions of speculative labour. It takes its title from William Kentridge’s fourth lecture in the series ‘On Drawing’. For Kentridge, our world is populated by emergent forms and ideas that are perpetually ‘becoming’. Making sense of this world requires a certain stupidity: an open-ended “following of impulses … without a destination”. This project draws on Kentridge’s notion of stupidity to explore the value of process-based art-making. This approach to exhibition is evident in recent work by Sally Smart, where in-situ material experimentation guides the development of emergent ideas and opens a space for the delightfully unexpected. But can speculative labour also offer a space to construct our own delightfully emergent (non-art) worlds? The project will transform the site of the gallery into an exhibition, performance and meeting space. Emphasis is on the gallery as a site of speculative work-in-progress













We are excited to announce that Interlude associated artist Kai Wasikowski has won the Schenberg Art Fellowship for Hatched: National Graduate Show 2017! Congratulations to Kai for a well deserved prize.

More info: Here












We are excited to announce that Interlude Co-Director Misael M. is presenting a solo exhibition titled ‘Prolegomena: About filters, codification and domestication’. at AirSpace Projects this May.

OPENING EVENT: Friday 5th May 6-8pm
ARTIST TALK: Saturday 20th May 3-5pm
+ Sunday 21 May 11-5pm for the 20/21 May Inner West Studio Trail













Interlude Gallery welcomes you to the Closing Feast of our current show ‘Transient’ by Agus Wijaya.
Our closing events are the perfect chance to talk with the artist behind the work, and enjoy the exhibition in a more intimate relaxed environment accompanied by food & wine.

CLOSING FEAST: 6th May 3-5pm












Congratulations to the talented Interlude Artist Kai Wasikowski who has been selected as one of the 35 Australian graduates to feature in the 2017 ‘Hatched: National Graduate show’ PICA
– Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, 6 May – 18 June













We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming show ‘Black Flag Nine’ by Sydney based artist Christopher V. Lapa. Lapa works around negatives of icons and signs of social conventionality. He gives them a new light by resignifing the elements involved in their construction, creating a discursive antithesis, -0, allowing to open a new dialogue to question the relevance of these ideological subtitutes and their repercusions in a “healthy and thinking society”.

Opening Event: Thursday 11th May 6-8pm
*Sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
Closing Feast: Saturday 20th May 3-5pm

The works shown in Black Flag Nine (2017) are not Australian flags. Australian flags are red, blue and white. This exhibition comprises of works that are symbolic of another Australia; one of resistance, resilience and difference. These flags are not the one waved by our Government or by extremists, but are shadows; monochrome reflections that ask the viewer to bring their own meaning, rather than have meaning dictated to them.

-Christopher V. Lapa











Interlude associated Mexican Artist Mónica Escutia will be part of two exhibition projects to be held in May in Venice, Italy and Dusseldorf, Germany respectively. Thanks to Shaped In Mexico for such an amazing job.
For more info follow the link below:
Shaped in Mexico











One of the stunning works by Interlude Artist Davis Birks from recent Spring Group Exhibition at Galería Omar Alonso, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
[Carved Spiral 37, 2016 A single line carved into cut and sanded acrylic sheeting, mounted on a steel frame, 246 x 179 x 6 cm.]










Opening: Thursday 20 April 6-8pm
Closing feast: 6 May 3-5pm

*Drinks by gold coin donation

Interlude Gallery welcomes you to our upcoming show by artist and designer Agus Wijaya.

Working primarily as a graphic / motion designer, Wijaya looks for a place of meeting and reconciliation between what are seen as separate disciplines; graphic design, illustration and visual arts. It has always been the decadence of humankind to divide and categorise as a way of economic productivity, and the arts haven’t been exempt. Boundaries and division, borders between you and me. As an Indonesian with Chinese background, now living in Australia; Wijaya recognises the influence of many different cultures within his practice, but not boundaries, they have all helped to shape his work and character. His paintings possess the same premise and reminiscence. Although every work is perceived as an ever changing identity, made clear through his installation ‘Transient’, they all compound the intertextualities of a florescent eclectic integration of motifs and visual singularity. We hope you enjoy this transformation of the space, and that you are able to find your own meaning and a liminal approach through the eyes of a singular mind.

“The subjects of my paintings are mostly my impressions of the actual person / event. Most of them are people close to me, simple everyday things or personal experiences. It’s a subject seen through my filter, my perception and understanding of the matter at the time.”
–Agus Wijaya

Sponsored by our partners Poor Toms Gin











Our current exhibition ‘Same Time’ by Sydney based artist Faith Mrljak, will be closing this (easter) Saturday with an afternoon feast from 3-5pm. Stop by to enjoy this intimate body of work, while grazing and wining with the artist.

Closing feast 15th April 3-5pm

*Drinks by gold coin donation












Opening: Thursday 6th April 6-8pm
Closing feast 15th April 3-5pm

*Drinks by gold coin donation

Interlude Gallery invites you to attend Faith Mrljak’s solo show ‘Same Time’ a series of painting and mixed media works that capture the palimpsest of what the mind is, full of successive and juxtaposed memories, the experience of loss and the everyday.

“My body of work explores themes of memory and loss through different mediums of painting and drawing. Memory and loss are experienced universally. The nature of the way I create these works is symbiotic with these themes. I paint from film photographs I have taken of my micro-world. The subject matter ranges from intimate portraits I have taken of my friends and family to depictions of the self. Using film photography I am able to archive irreplaceable moments in time, and transferring them into tactile and layered pieces I reflect on removing the sheath of my intimate and personal experiences and presenting it in a way that is accessible to the every-man.” –Faith Mrljak

Sponsored by our partners Poor Toms Gin











Closing Feast 1st April 3-5pm

*Drinks by gold coin donation

We welcome you for another afternoon of enjoyment under the culinary hand of our current exhibiting artist Helen Shelley. We have borrowed/stolen some concepts introduced by Nicolas Bourriaud and developed our own approach to “relational aesthetics”; instead of giving any priority to either of the dual Object/Subject we encourgae a break through in that insistent dychotomy, creating a multisensory experience with the focus of the artist cooking for the public, making space for dialogue about the work/practice presented and the human intersubjectivity involved.









We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming exhibition by Sydney based artist Helen Shelley. We hope you can join us.

Opening Night 23rd March 6-8pm Closing Event 1st April 3-5pm *Drinks by gold coin donation

Helen Shelley’s practice is inspired by a transcendent image that occurred soon after her father’s death. The vision of light particles emanating from her father’s body which were then subsumed by her own gave sense that despite her father’s physical demise, he continued to exist in a different form and was thus rendered immortal. Shelley’s art practice is an important ritual that brings to mind and honours her late loved ones. Her work is concerned with the way rituals symbolically immortalise late loved ones and thus ensure our relationship with the death is vibrant and ongoing. Significantly, these tangible expressions of personal grief bring the oft-avoided topics of death and grief to the fore.

Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin






This Saturday afternoon we welcome you join us for the closing event of our current exhibition ‘Siri, Define Beauty….’ featuring the work of Interlude artist Eliya Cohen, alongside fellow Sydney based multimedia artists Sophie Penkathman-Young, Duncan Brown, and Matthew Roll. Siri will be suggesting the menu, prepared by the artists for the public to enjoy.

Closing Feast: Saturday 18th March 3-5pm *Drinks by gold coin donation

‘Siri Define beauty….’ ponders the growth of digital representations of nature and surrogated virtual environments. This exhibition, curated by artists Sophie Penkathman-Young, Duncan Brown, Eliya Cohen and Matthew Roll, touches on the relationship between the technology driven urban environment and ‘Natural World’ (sublime), and ways which we try to bridge the gap. These artists have adopted various mediums within new media, video, sound, 3d printing and other forms of digital fabrication to explore this subject in a humorous and poignant way.






Interlude Gallery welcomes you to our upcoming exhibition ‘Siri, Define Beauty….’ featuring the work of Interlude artist Eliya Cohen, alongside fellow Sydney based multimedia artists Sophie Penkathman-Young, Duncan Brown, and Matthew Roll.

Opening Night: Thursday 9th March 6-8pm Closing Feast: Saturday 18th March 3-5pm *Drinks by gold coin donation

‘Siri Define beauty….’ ponders the growth of digital representations of nature and surrogated virtual environments. This exhibition, curated by artists Sophie Penkathman-Young, Duncan Brown, Eliya Cohen and Matthew Roll, touches on the relationship between the technology driven urban environment and ‘Natural World’ (sublime), and ways which we try to bridge the gap. These artists have adopted various mediums within new media, video, sound, 3d printing and other forms of digital fabrication to explore this subject in a humorous and poignant way.






“Rev emerged from my interest in cyborg relationships, particularly between humans and cars. The works are made from fragments of car accidents I have sourced from sites of crashes, scrap yards and a demolition derby. They have been given forms that reference the organic and are embedded with tiny video displays that play silent looping footage of ambiguous ghostly shapes.
The relationship between many people and their cars is an intimate one. It fosters a codependence, each part mutually providing the other a means of transport or fuel and maintenance. When the car and the driver are together they share a body. The car fits around the human form and protects the driver so they can both move freely on the roads. The car is a technological extension of the human, but also a companion. I am interested in what happens when this relationship is destroyed by car accidents. This exhibition explores the lingering metaphysical connection between the crash victim and the abandoned car wreck. The works echo the organic through mechanical forms. I see them as part creature and part relic, inert yet imbued with a faint sense of life.”

Opening Night: Thursday 23rd Feb 6-8pm Closing Feast: Saturday 4th March 3-5pm


 

 

 

 

• Two of our Mexican based Interlude artists DAVIS BIRKS & MÓNICA ESCUTIA are exhibiting in a very exciting group show focusing on the development of contemporary art in Guadalajara in the 90s. To anyone who happens to be in Mexico, we highly recommend!

‘Fissures in the Tropics: Artistic Practices of the 90s in the Occident’ 
Curated by Rubén Méndez 
https://www.facebook.com/OPCVallarta/
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
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FACE2FACE



We are what we dump. Italian author Italo Calvino suggests that we are all defined by what we throw out. 

Garbage doesn’t lie. Wrappers, cans, bottles and cigarettes often fly in the face of what we tell ourselves — and what we tell others — about how we live. 

In FACE2FACEemerging artist Emilio Cresciani takes his interest in waste to a more personal level, making a connection between our public face and what is privately discarded. Portraits usually focus on someone’ s appearance or character but this new series focuses on our private face, that which is hidden to others. Is our true identity found in the rubbish we throw out each day? 

“I asked my friends to collect their rubbish for the week. I superimposed close up photos of this waste onto a photo of their face. I then turned these into negatives.” As an x-ray points out the weakness or disease in our body, so these expose our waste as being a hidden side of our lifestyle. 

“Many people found it confronting to come face to face with the volume of waste they accumulated over a week. Our consumerism leads us to think of rubbish as a necessary evil – provided it can be moved far away to a landfill or washed down the drain.”

FACE2FACE at Interlude Gallery from Thursday 9 February –Saturday 18 February 2017. 

Opening event: Thursday 9th February 6-8pm
Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin


 

 

 




 

 

 


 

 

We are very pleased to invite you all back to Interlude for our first exhibition of 2017, the opening of Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger’s ‘Gagging In Dystopia’. 


Opening Event 2nd February 6-8pm
Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin


“This installation explores the discourse surrounding the Anthropocene, climate change and the evolutionary impact this time will have on our planet and our biosphere. I convey messages relevant to the process of time and change by working with the photographic image, text, sound, water, performance, installation and film. 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Next Saturday 17th of December from 3-5pm we will be closing our current exhibition ‘Searching Shadows’ with our ritual feast with the artist! As this is also the FINAL event of the Interlude year, we will be celebrating in exuberant style with a gourmet sausage sizzle & beer in the sun. All welcome!

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



• INTERLUDE 2017 SEP-DEC OPEN CALL FOR PROPOSALS •

We are now accepting proposals for our final round of 2017 exhibition slots from September through to December.

Please see our guidelines & services by going to the ‘space’ page of our website and clicking the guidelines box:
http:// www.interludegallery.com/ space.html

Send all submissions to:
proposals@interludegallery .com

Deadline midnight January 21st 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

On The Other Hand, 2016

    Still from Video (13.48mins)

 

 

 

 

 

Interlude Artists Hana Hoogedeure & Luke O’Donnell are participating in a collective show at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre this Friday 9th of December 2016. The exhibition is presented through CPAC Youth and explores “an array of works created by young people expressing how youth consume and interact with media, questioning what media is for young people, as well as how they are represented within it.” We wish them the best of luck.

 

For more info click HERE

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 



 

 

 

Congratulations to Interlude writers and collaborators Aurora Scott & Susannah Smith for their publications in the current Runway Australian Experimental Art issue #32 Re/Production, a must read/watch/listen

More info HERE

 

 

 






 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

Please join us to sip wine and break bread for the closing of ‘Irish Moss’.

 



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Congratulations to Interlude associated artist Kai Wasikowski for winning the two top prizes at the opening of the 2016 SCA Undergraduate Degree Show. The Honours student won this year’s Artereal Gallery Mentorship Award and one of two SCA Dean’s Honours Award.

More info: Here

 

 

 

 




 

 

 



 


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We are thrilled to announce our last 2016 show at Interlude Gallery! Thanks for your steady and pontifical support! Believe us when we tell you that our dark souls cry with what the common people know as “joy”. But leaving aside the blathering, we greatly encourange all of you to say goodbye to the vulgar year (gregorian calendar) by join us and Steven Cybulka Visual Art in his solo show titled ‘Searching Shadows’.

Opening Night: Thursday 8th December 6-8pm
Closing Event: Saturday 17th December 3-5pm



Searching Shadows is a visual investigation of shifting perception through changes of form, light and shadow in space.

The focus of this visual arts research is on examining how changes in and manipulations of material abstract forms, and their placement within a space, can engage and alter our perception and awareness. The work explores the interplay between elements of transparency and opacity, light and shadow, the solid form and the ethereal, and the resulting tension or paradox between these opposing states.

Steven Cybulka’s practice encompasses sculpture and installation ranging from small to large scale. Interested in manipulating space in order to elicit a heightened viewer response, he draws inspiration from Carl Jung’s texts on shadow psychology.

The omnipresent darkness of this work points towards what Jung describes as the shadow archetype. According to Jung the shadow archetype are aspects of ourselves that the ego represses; what is repressed can be good or bad, but the shadow represents ideas challenging how we want to be perceived. Hence, Jung’s shadow commonly refers to our inner turmoils.



Cybulka is an Adelaide based artist and a graduate from Arts & Applied design at the University of Australia. He was recently part of the 2016 Primavera’s show at MCA.

Interlude Gallery is generously sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
For more information visit www.interludegallery.com

 

 




 

 

 



 

 

interlude collaborator  & writer Raynen O’keefe will be part of a performance alongside De Quincey Co as part of their 10th year anniversary -one hour performance IMPROVISATION this Sunday 20th of November 2016 at town hall Glebe, Sydney. for More information click the link below:

 

Performance

 

 






 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

Interlude Gallery is pleased to announce and invite you to the second last show of our 2016 program!

‘Irish Moss’ exhibits the latest body of work by Canberra based artist Julia Thwaites. This multimedia show drafts a customary investigation into ritual ergonomics, specifically some aspects of the christian liturgy and the use of ‘sacred’ objects for the religious experience. Thwaites re-signifies these objects in a form of spiritual transubstantiation, ad hoc to the current state of religious politicisation. As she herself states:

“Irish Moss is about existential frailty, and the primality of its counterweight, faith. In the exhibition, existential anxiety takes the form of the young man, whose experience of faith and belief is defined by the visual, spatial and textural conventions of the church. Through a series of mixed media works, these conventions are repurposed to create a dialogue about the relationship between contemporary male identity and the institution of religion, in all its ritual and tradition, be it profound and restorative, or convoluted and warped.

It’s the beginning of a story I’m telling, about man and his struggle to find faith of some kind – faith in life, faith in the future – and the alternative that waits if he fails.”



Come by to witness this excellent show and support the arts!

Opening Night: 24th November 6-8pm
Closing Event: 3rd December 3-5pm

Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin & CAPO

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

And remember you can always buy through Artmoney  for interest free loans! 

 

 

 

 






 

 



 

 

We are excited to invite you to our *2016 INTERLUDE GALLERY FUNDRAISING AUCTION* Thursday 10th November from 6-8pm, with live bidding commencing at 7pm. Save the date, and take home a steal!

For one night only we will be auctioning a variety of amazing works from our Interlude Artists and Collaborators including:

Davis Birks (US, MX)
Julien Bowman
Eliya Nikki Cohen
Szymon Dorabialski
Kuba Dorabialski
Mónica Escutia (MX)
Megan Hales
Hana Hoogedeure
Kaspar Kägi
Honey Long
Molly Morphew
Mevna (MX)
Katy B Plummer
Daniel Soma
Kai Wasikowski

Bryden Williams
Avery Wheless (US)



Catalogue coming soon, for more information about works for sale please email: sales@interludegallery.com

Kindly Sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
www.interludegallery.com

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






 

 

Image: Hana Hoogedeure and Luke O’Donnell, Progress, 2016, still from video (7.50 mins)

 



Interlude associated artists Hana Hoogedeure & Luke O’Donnell are presenting a collaborative exhibition at Felt space  based in Adelaide, SA, Australia.  The duo has created a series of video performances which emphasise the meaning of working together. Exhibition opens this Wednesday 2nd of November and runs until the 19th. We wish them all the best.

 

For more information click here 

 






 

 



 

Head collaborator Szymon Dorabialski will be exhibiting at Firstdraft early November with his solo show “Divine Debris: Worshipping the Invisible, Demanding an Explanation.” For more information about the show click the link below:

Divine Debris

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

 




 

 



 

 

Interlude Gallery is glad to present to you, beautiful public, our next exhibition “The Sci-Fi Show” by Strangers Collective a Sydney based group consisting of Aidan Jansen, Jack Temple, Adam Miles & Tom Macphail.

Opening Event: 27th October 6-8pm
Closing Event: 5th November 3-5pm



“The Sci-Fi show’ is a group exhibition dedicated to the compelling aesthetics and creativity of science fiction. The high impact visuals inherent to the speculative genre are celebrated and employed — not looking to the future, but to the past and the hope for the future that is found in science fiction. The exhibition is an extension of the Strangers Collective process, building separate but related bodies of work through conversation on a chosen theme. While the exhibition title remains as an indicator to the audience of our starting point and of the familiar imagery of science fiction, each body of work attempts to highlight the real future that we currently exist in by projecting old technologies, fears, predictions and dreams.”
– Strangers Collective

 

 

Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

 

 






 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 •Photo + Graphy ii • Curated by Isabel R•

 



We are pleased to announce and welcome you to our next exhibition Photo + Graphy II: An Ontological Prosthesis, curated by Interlude co–director Isabel R.

Photo + Graphy II: An Ontological Prosthesis is Interlude’s second exhibition focused on exploring the expansive contemporary photography practice. The purpose of these investigations is not in any way to clarify what photography is these days, but rather to emphasise the necessity of open dialogues about X practice in a time of such technological reproduction.

A multidisciplinary group of artists have been invited to present their photographic approach to the concept of “objects as ontological prosthesis”, in response to a short discursive essay.

Featuring artists:

Benjamin Chadbond
Jordanne Chant
Adrian De Giorgio
Dina El-Kaddoumi
Max Goodman
Baki Kocaballi
Gabriella Lo Presti
Patrick Mason
Elizabeth McCrystal
Sara Oscar
Talia Smith
With Isabel R



OPENING: 13th October 6-8pm
CLOSING: 22nd October 3-5pm

Kindly Sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

 

 

 


 

 

 



 

 

 








We hope you can join us for the opening of our upcoming exhibition ‘Pricked’ featuring a collection of contemporary textiles by Kate Andrews, Yang-En Hume, Gillian Lavery and Hannah Toohey, inspired by images of an embroidery and lace archive.

During a residency in Paris in 2015, Hume documented an archive of European embroidery and lace from the Library of Decorative Arts. These images served as the starting point for this exhibition, yet the resulting works are diverse. Various aspects of the archive peaked the artists’ interest: Andrew’s work acknowledged the poor conditions the early lacemakers labored under, Hume reacted to embroidery conventions often associated with ‘femininity’, Lavery attended to a small piece of lace through the act of drawing, and Toohey responded to the material tools of embroidery. A multifarious conversation contemplating embroidery, materiality, labour and visibility developed from the initial collection of images.

The artworks in this exhibition reference struggle and attention. They pay homage to the centuries of anonymous women who have engaged in the ‘domestic crafts’ by exploiting and expanding upon traditional textile conventions. The process of embroidery over the finished product is of particular interest to the artists, and as an extension of this, a concern for the stories, lives and bodies of the women who created the original lace pieces in the archive.

Embroidery materials, conventions and techniques have been employed, albeit re-interpreted, while other needlecraft conventions have been discarded altogether. These re-imagined embroideries refuse to be relegated to the domestic sphere. Instead, they adopt qualities often associated with drawing, painting and sculpture.

Pricked juxtaposes the beautiful with the macabre, the meditative with the playful, the precise with the abject and the domestic with the public.



Opening night Thursday 29th September 6-8pm
Closing Event Saturday 8th October 3-5pm

 

 









 

• Ideally ~Yes closing feast •

 

Interlude Gallery gladly invites you to attend our Ideally~yes Closing Feast this Saturday from 3-5pm. 


An occassion to collaborate as active elements in the art production; taking concepts from Relational Aesthetics, we have been hosting closing feasts since the beginning of our physical presence. At these events the artist/s bring or cook food for the public, nurturing the environment for a pleasant conversation and encouraging dialogue towards the artistic practice (i.e life as a singularity). Come down to Interlude to enjoy this bacchanal and “Ideally ~Yes for the last time! There is talk of a BBQ!

 

 




 



We invite you this Saturday to transform the gallery space into a relaxed grazing ground, in appreciation and discussion of our current exhibition ‘CORROBBERY’ by Adelaide based artist Driller Jet Armstrong.









 

 

Ideally~ yes is a collaborative exhibition that takes its starting point from the notion of the island. An island is a body surrounded by symbolic connotations – from heterotopias to holiday getaways – as much as it is by sea. The new work presented in Ideally~ yes explores these shifting implications.

Artists:

ANGUS CALLANDER works across painting, sculpture, digital animation and installation to explore human relationships to space through light, form, materiality and colour.

“I am looking at the island as a spatial marker, how it may be used as a navigational tool by the ocean traveller to right his or her path on a journey from continent to continent.
To the visitor, the island itself can oscillate between different states in the imagination. It’s either natural paradise and spiritual oasis or hellish dystopia. It is the tropical resort versus offshore processing or Tasmanian penal colony. In this way its promise of utopia is unreliable. “


MATTHEW GORGULA is a performance artist with a focus on universality, as the rational necessity of idiosyncratic consciousness and conforms their representations to a logical system.

“Ideally yes, is like an ideal world that you can’t get to, but learning to say yes. Like a letting go, like a going with it and allowing that translucent holographic wave to move across like a storm cloud that is moving really slowly. It is believing in something that is abstract, within the intra-mundane world, and waking up and not being sure which side of it you are on. Like wanting neapolitana ice-cream for breakfast, and you’re in minecraft, but for some reason someone decided that you are at the edge of that world, and the cup and the straw is in that world in front of you.
It’s about reality, the real – and it’s about jumping.”

KALANJAY is a cool artist from Western Sydney who works with hard and soft machines, tunes, memes and politix.

“Ideally, yes is a troll – a kind of lols trap of contemporary tourism. We are launched into this reductive binary of the urbanised ‘developed’ world distinct from the (strip-mined) native paradise. The island is a compression of the past and future without ever actually succeeding in its presence. You could be Rhonda and I could be the Ketut serving you a hydrocarbon bevvy on the beach; but really we’re all actors for AAMI endorsing a product that doesn’t really exist.”

HONEY LONG is a Sydney-based artist. Her work often utilises cultural objects and symbols, reconfiguring them within fluid and dreamy contexts. Seeking to disturb reductive binaries, particularly constructs of femininity and nature, she explores themes of desire, fear, fetishisation and procreation. The recurring sense of duality within her works seeks to highlight the dichotomy by which one might be both attracted to and repelled by objects and phenomena.

“The island is isolated and self regulated but very much open to change and flux being surrounded by sea they are forever exposed to introduced influences. The island is not virgin, preserved, untouched, it is an ever evolving mutation, adapting. In a broad sense for ideally, yes I’d like to explore the tension between mutation and preservation. The fantasy of ‘pure’ form mixing and intersected by randomness and deformity.”

AURORA SCOTT is an artist based in Sydney. She is a Producer for FBi Radio’s visual arts program Canvas. Her work is interested in experimental practice, new media art and writing.

“Islands materialise in two distinct ways:
1. Magma erupts between tectonic plates to solidify in the atmosphere.
2. The ocean covers a section of land, surrounding an expanse of higher ground with water.
Born from moments of emergence and submergence, islands are spaces that offer alternatives; utopias to place our desires and displace our anxieties.”

KAI WASIKOWSKI’S practice explores what it means to be ecologically aware and connected to place. Through photography and mixed media installation Wasikowski considers the encroachment of technology and human production on previous ideals of nature, and the new emotional environments this shapes.

“The island as a place that restricts movement.
The holiday as legitimised monotony.
Enjoying the weight of expectations.
Creating tension to precipitate release.”


Interlude Gallery is kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
For more information visit www.interludegallery.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






 



Interlude artist Bryden Williams will be part of two new exhibitions this September and October 2016:


BirdsHut HOME. is a group exhibition featuring 10 artists from the Blue Mountains Central West Region. It takes the form of a rural site-based one day event, with AV, live music and recital and object based practices all responding to the theme of ‘home’. The exhibition takes place on a rural property on the Western edge of the Wollemi National Park, near Dunn’s Swamp.

‘New Materialism in Contemporary Art’ – an SCA based research cluster. Titled ‘Future Stratigraphy 


Future Stratigraphy exhibition 6-29 October 2016, will include work by John Roloff, Josh Wodak, Tim Collins and Reiki Goto, Tracey Clement, David Haines and Joyce Hinterding, Elaine Gan, Kath Fries, Oliver Smith, Sean O’Connell, Penny Dunstan, Andrew Lavery, Bryden Williams, Emma Robertson, Dell Walker, Kenneth Mitchell and Madeleine Boyd. The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue, and a symposium will be held on 18 October 2016.
Fire Sprinkler above Campfire‘ will be reconfigured for this show, expanded to fill the SCA Gallery space, amongst all the other amazing artists and work  involved in this show. 






 

 

 



Interlude Gallery as part of Pandora Archive 

 

Thank you to the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra for inviting us to be part of the Pandora Archive; Australia’s Web Archive, we are thrilled to join their growing collection of Australian online publications! •

http://pandora.nla.gov.au/tep/160088

 

 






 




After eleven years Adelaide based artist Driller Jet Armstrong is returning to Sydney with a retrospective of his Daubist work, we are delighted to invite you all to his upcoming exhibition CORROBBERY.

Driller jet Armstrong is an artist across a number of disciplines.
He can be found mixing underground house music at a dance party or festival one day
or being announced as the designer of the Adelaide Fringe Poster the next. Most recently he saw his brain-child, the Victoria Square Art Market 2105 come to fruition on Sunday October 11 at which he also had his own stall and deejayed the final set. He has exhibited his art in Japan, Sydney and Melbourne as well as numerous one man exhibtions in Adelaide. In 1991 he caused nationwide controversy with his appropriation of another artists original work. This action changed the entire direction of his work.
He holds an honors degree in visual art from the University of South Australia.



About the show:

“When we are presented with a European style painting of the Australian landscape we are presented with a lie that unwittingly serves to perpetuate the myth of Terra Nullius.
My work is about re-presenting, re-purposing, re-cycling, re-inventing and re-using original landscape paintingsas the site for discussions mainly around Ab-originality and Australian-ness. I steal and I appropriate but through this process a Hybrid is formed. An entirely new work emerges ascribed with fresh meaning and relevancy. I call this work Daubism and this has been my approach to practice since 1989. I’ve been vilified and vindicated for it but throughout I’ve remained its true believer and main protagonist.
Hipster culture has been described as the “embodiment of postmodernism as a spent force, revealing what happens when pastiche and irony exhaust themselves as aesthetics”. – Rob Horning (2009 – PopMatters)

For a subculture known for re-purposing the life out of everything and anything, Daubist art is the epitome of Hipster aesthetics and the proof that pastiche and irony are an inexhaustible resource. The thing I haven’t mentioned yet is that I’ve been working as a professional club deejay since 1985 and of course deejay culture influences me enormously in my everyday life. It should come as no surprise therefore that sampling and cutting and pasting has crossed over into my art and like modern music something new is created from something old. Ironically there’s nothing at all pastiche about that and the same can be said for Daubism.”

–Driller Jet Armstrong



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On Saturday the 27th from 3-5pm we will be holding a closing event for our current show Terraforming by KNEES. The public is invited to enjoy a feast prepared by the artist as well as participate in the deconstruction of the central sculptural work. This will be the last day to experience this great solo exploration on the possibilites of terraformation.



Space is no longer beyond our reach; it is a current reality.
KNEES brings space closer by mobilising current technology to construct a fleet of functional terraforming machines. In this exhibition of colourful reduction block prints and large scale cardboard model, Canberra based artist KNEES documents planets and moons being terraformed for habitation.
This world-building project is essential for ensuring humanity’s future. The earth is not the end. Join us for a first glimpse of tomorrow’s frontier!







•Writers program coordinator Stephanie Cobon in residence at Fronyard • 

• Interlude writers program coordinator Stephanie Cobon will be hosting an open dialogue tonight from 7pm and again Wednesday 17th as part of her residence with Frontyard:
‘Exhibit relentless curiousity and empathy, and an overwhelming desire to understand… Level 23 (a.k.a.Stephanie Cobon and Will Scott-Kemmis) are hosting a couple of open house BYO forays into the futures, by way of the architectures that bind and the blueprints of our present construction’•
 
More info: Frontyard

 

 

 






 

 

 

 




We are pleased to invite you to Terraforming, a solo exploration by KNEES launching Thursday 18th August from 6-8pm:



Space is no longer beyond our reach; it is a current reality.
KNEES brings space closer by mobilising current technology to construct a fleet of functional terraforming machines. In this exhibition of colourful reduction block prints and large scale cardboard model, Canberra based artist KNEES documents planets and moons being terraformed for habitation.
This world-building project is essential for ensuring humanity’s future. The earth is not the end. Join us for a first glimpse of tomorrow’s frontier!



Sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
www.interludegallery.com








 

This Saturday the 13th from 3-5pm we will be celebrating Katy B Plummer’s outstanding exhibition CATS CRADLE one last time with our ritual closing feast. The artist herself will be preparing whiskey punch AND crow cookies, need we say more!









• INTERLUDE GALLERY 2017 OPEN CALL FOR PROPOSALS •

Time to fill some empty space (as Wittgenstein says we need the object to conceive it)!

We are now accepting proposals for our next round of exhibitions from late January through to August, 2017.

Interlude Gallery does not affiliate with the so called “artistic conventions” hence we strongly advise against demagogic rhetoric. We encourage any inventive symptom you my present, we are the doctors, you are the panacea. We value artistic practice not for the achievements but rather the potential values.

Please see our guidelines & services by going to the ‘space’ page of our website and clicking the guidelines box:
http:// www.interludegallery.com/ space.html

Please send all submissions to:
proposals@interludegallery .com

Proposal submission deadline September 30th 2016!


Interlude wishes the best for you and your doppelganger (wherever they may be).









Katy B Plummer will once again transform Interlude with her 2016 solo show ‘Cat’s Cradle’ opening Thursday 4th of August at 6pm.



“Cat’s Cradle is a fever dream about wrestling History- personal, familial, cultural. It’s about cultural thievery, and Empire’s violent legacy, and coming to terms with the dark stains our ancestors inflicted and absorbed. It’s about opening your eyes on a world that is baying for your blood, even as you draw your first breath. Knots don’t evaporate, they can only be undone, and the sky has kept track of our entanglements.”



Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
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We are excited to announce and invite you to our upcoming show ‘Language Disorder II’; which perpetuating and elaborating on the ideas of our 2015 group exhibition ‘Language Disorder’, brings together members of our current Interlude writers program, inviting them to expand their work into the physical Interlude space.



LANGUAGE DISORDER II

Language is not the words themselves, but the spaces they create. So, as undertakers of the tasks of language, we must treat it as a composer treats sound-as an abstract medium. It is through this abstraction that meanings may accrue in coherent systems, and through which we can manipulate, develop, merge and forsake those systems, as they manipulate and forsake us in return.

Language, clouded with time is the flesh and mortar of spaces for us to walk around in, unlimited as space, amorphous as water. But words, in their abstractness, can also be crumpled and thrown in the trash, as easily as they can be wedged between the bodies of angels or splattered on the walls of their own viscera – our ubiquitous connection with and through language carrying us as far as we can reach. So now the primordial mumbles of our ape ancestors, the first utterance of a forming poem or the tap of computational messages are architects of place and memory.

Language is like glass. Concrete, traditional language is a lens through which a reader sees a thing. Writers jobs are to create a new lens. We want to create prisms and kaleidoscopes: bending, refracting, scattering the lights of meaning through and by our imaginations. This exhibition gives us the space, and the thing in its event (including the thing of language). It contemplates the philosophical considerations of its web of implications, of consequences. Our imaginations are made of the spaces of words – please let them be flesh to your honeyed fantasies – please be a fly on the inside walls of the cathedrals and the graves we have carved. Let the disorder of our language greet the disorder of yours.

–Stephanie T Cobon



Participating artists/writers:

Caitlin Doyle-Markwick
Clare Powell
Daniel Soma
Kathleen Linn
Mo Johnson
Molly Morphew
Raynen O’Keefe
Stephanie Cobon
Szymon Dorabialski



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• Huge congratulations to Interlude artist Kai Wasikowski who has won The Emerging Artists Exhibition at The Galeries presented by Art Month Sydney ! The exhibition runs until 9th August, head over to check out his latest series of mesmerizing lenticular photographs •







 

 





 

 

 

 

 

 









 




Interlude welcomes you back with ANIMALADIES, opening for the first time ever on a Monday night from 5.30pm:


The ANIMALADIES exhibition and postcard project brings together a total of 24 artists, some of whom work collaboratively, including Prince the pony. The exhibition was developed in conjunction with the conference of the same name at the University of Sydney (11–12 July, 2016).

The term ANIMALADIES was coined by Fiona Probyn-Rapsey with an intention to reframe stereotypical cultural connections between madness, species, race and gender. Social marginalisation of animal advocates, animal carers and animal studies scholars is resisted in the works shown in this exhibition. The artists in ANIMALADIES reveal instead how the crazy love of the animal advocate for non-human species can engender forms of courageous wisdom and persistence in the face of impossibilities and improbabilities.


Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

 





 






Is time to close our current show, but not without our eminet Feast, come by with your pals, dogs, family and familiar strangers to these excelent expierence. The artist will cook a dish or two for your delight. Too easy.
Everyone welcome!

Saturday 28th of June 2016 at Interlude Gallery
3–5 pm.





 

 







Stonevilla Studios presents the 2016 Wearable Art Prize

Tomorrow our very own Szymon Dorabialski will be performing in his wearable art alongside another 10 selected artists including Clare Powell, who is part of our current exhibition REC ROOM. Head over from 2pm if you can make it!

 

About:

Nine artists have been selected to take off on the Stonevilla Studios runway for the fourth annual Wearable Art extravaganza! Congratulations to our finalists:
Szymon Dorabialski, Jacquelene Drinkall, Lily Golightly, Francesca Heinz, Simona Jovanovic, Daisy Knight, Amaya Lang, Jane Polkinghorne, Clare Powell

When: Saturday, 21st May, 2016. 2-4 pm
Where: Stonevilla Studios, 19 Railway Rd, Sydenham.

Judges: Hossein Ghaemi and Emily Hunt


More info HERE

 


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‘Space Journey Persephone’ is a group show by Jess Surplice, Liam Ambrose and Nick Swann. The three artists have been developing a body of work each, basing their process on stylistic and narrative interreferencing with one other, as well as the human predilection for discovery and exploration, in particular space travel. The works are a fictional approach to the idea of take-off/in flight/landing involved in spatial missions. As they describe it:

“Space Journey Persephone is a three person painting show set out into a three act narrative structure.
The NASA manned space program, missions flown in the 60’s and 70’s, were named after Roman gods. In nod to that naming device we have named our Space Journey after the Greek goddess Persephone. The goddess had a role as the dread queen of the Underworld and in tradition it was forbidden to speak her name. She is described as venerable majestic queen of the shades, who carried into effect the curses of men upon the souls of the dead. Under the backdrop of the majestic scenes of space travel our show focuses on a protagonist adventuring on an undisclosed mission, slowly deteriorating in mental capacity and health.”

Interlude Gallery invites you to be part of this exhibition and experience this human pursuit of discovery for yourself.

Opening night: Thursday 2nd of June 6–8 pm.
Closing event: Saturday 11th of June 3–5 pm.

 





 

 

 




 

 





 

 


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We are closing our current show with our catalystic feast, for those who are already aware of this dynamic, skip this part, but for all those new dillettantes you can read our prolegomena below:  

 

These events are meant to blur the taxonomies between object/subject, art/public, artists/art, etc. Based on relational aesthetics of Nicolas Bourriaud and through social and human operational systems, we intend that x individuals will experience art as such, “An experience”.

 

The closing event will be held this Saturday 7th of May from 3–5 pm where the artist is asked to cook for the general public. Everyone is welcome

 




 






Interlude artist Bryden Williams is exhibiting at Firstdraft in Sydney, Australia this 4th of May at 6 pm. For more info you can go to Firstdraft 

In 2015 Williams received a NSW Artists Grant for the projectHydro-Wilderness, which involved undertaking a two-week residency at The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture in Victoria’s Bogong National Park. Following this focussed output on rivers, Hydro Wilderness is a culmination of Williams’ artistic inquiry into water.




 




 




We are excited to invite you to REC ROOM, an upcoming group show curated by our very own Interlude artist Hana Hoogedure.


Propelled by a strong sense of imagination, curiosity and commitment, the REC ROOM is the ultimate play zone. This game space, junk room, is a safe area that conjures up notions of domestic ritual, childhood fantasies, digital adventures and moral fables.

REC ROOM is a group exhibition investigating the emotional narratives we generate within our intimate spaces. The ‘players’ can explore works of projected imagery, kinetic artefacts, gadgets of domesticity and decorative surfaces inside our rumpus room setting.

REC ROOM is a layered portrayal of artistic practice, rooted in personalgestures. It is a place for creative liberty, expression, performativity, curiosity and mess. You can create your own set of rules to play by. A space of deep nostalgia, yet also endless possibility. REC ROOM is what Jan Verwoert describes as ‘An existential exuberance- a way of performing without order or rule, without the aim of fulfilling a demand’. REC ROOM is a collective creation with a communal pulse. An immersive playground where radical thoughts are exchanged through play.

-Hana Hoogedeure


Contributing artists:

Atong Atem
http:// atongatem.tumblr.com/

Eko Bambang Wisnu
http:// ekobambangwisnu.blogspot.co m.au/

Dylan Batty
http:// dylanbatty.tumblr.com/

Julien Bowman
https://julienbowman.com/

Get To Work
http:// www.get-to-work.com/

Ida Lawrence
https:// idalawrenceprojects.wordpre ss.com/

Yelyah Nalhgoc

Clare Powell
https://vimeo.com/ clarepowell

Julian Talarico
http://juliantalarico.com/

Philippe Vranjes
http:// philippevranjes.com/

With
Hana Hoogedeure
http:// www.hanahoogedeure.com.au/


Opening Night Thursday 12th May 6-8pm
Closing Event Saturday 28th May 3-5pm

Interlude Gallery is Kindly Sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

 










•Futuro! Closing Feast•



Soon it will be time to say hasta la vista! to our current exhibition Futuro! a solo documentation by artist Daniel Soma. The best way to do this is of course, with our now tematic closing feasts. These events are based on Nicolas Borriaud’s ‘relational aesthetics’ a way to erase the way artist and public interact, giving the importance to the subject rather than the object. Everyone is welcome to join us!  will be time to say hasta la vista! to our current exhibition Futuro! a solo documentation by artist Daniel Soma. The best way to do this is of course, with our now tematic closing feasts. These events are based on Nicolas Borriaud’s ‘relational aesthetics’ a way to erase the way artist and public interact, giving the importance to the subject rather than the object. Everyone is welcome to join us!


Sat 23rd April 2016 3–5 pm

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The loveliest part of the dream



We are excited to invite you to ‘The loveliest part of the dream’ a solo show by Kaspar Kägi at Interlude Gallery.

“The loveliest part of the dream is an observation of conflict between generations/class warfare/flowers and trend revival”
–Kägi


Opening: Thurs 28th April 6-8pm *Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
Closing: Sat 7th May 3-5pm *A feast prepared by the artist for the public


“Kaspar Kägi is a not-yet-know Sydney based artist whose work easily catches the eye. After some contemplation (especially of his paintings) I can see incredible references to Fauvism, I can see a Maurice de Vlaminck and a Paul Gauguin working together, but also a Pierre Bonnard with his ‘still life’ work… Kägi may also possess some of the neo– expressionist spirit, however, there is a breach between them and him, something that (borrowing his own words) we could denominate as “a conflict between generations”. Indeed, for me, a distinguished element of Kägi’s work is the use of personal and contextual imaginary, very proper to his desires; desires pushed by a generation of young artists who can easily appropriate any style, concept, canon or movement and twist them until irreconcilable. Artists who the hegemonic circles may call ‘naive’ because they can’t recite the encyclopedia of art, but I always admire the so called ‘outsider art’. Even when the concept was meant to imply derogatory connotations towards them, it actually does the contrary, the epithet very well explains a movement of descentralisation necessary to the production and expansion of the arts, whatever that is. We here at our organism are glad to invite you to Kägi’s first Interlude solo show.”

-Misael M. Co–Director

 

 









We are closing our current exhibition “FUBAR” by Myles Young with our ritualistic feast, come over and enjoy some food cooked by the artist himself (sometimes their mothers help).

Saturday 9th of April 3–5 pm, all welcome!

* Wine by donation





 






• Futuro! • Daniel Soma •


Interlude Gallery invites you to experience our upcoming solo exhibition Futuro!, the most recent body of work from Sydney based artist Daniel Soma.

“a case study of failure and consequence in reflection of culture, logistics and questions of taste.”

Soma has been putting together a compendium of tautological references to the piece of utopia that was once meant to be the “Futuro” house, an architectonic design by Matti Suuronen. There were less than 100 built since its creation as a prefabricated dream in 1968 and nowadays fewer than 60 remain among private collections. The Futuro house was a project of hope. Built after the Second World War, it was meant to epitomise the general hunger for a brighter future, a future with space travel, technology, mass production, leisure and adaptability. Characteristics of the XX century. But instead all these enterprises ended up with one inevitable fact: failure.

Avoiding any possible categoric answer, Soma questions this phenomena, opening up multiple readings of an occurrence rather emblematic of the human condition. He lets you decide.



OPENING NIGHT: Thursday 14th April 6-8pm
CLOSING EVENT: Saturday 23rd April 3-5pm



Interlude Gallery is kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin.

 

 

 

 





 






Interlude Gallery is pleased to invite you to our upcoming show titled FUBAR, a solo exhibition by Sydney based painter Myles Young.

FUBAR (Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition) is a 20th century American military slang term used during The Second World War and later by programmers and in reference to hardware. It is a concept that plays a seminal roll in Young’s painting process and subject matter. As the prototypical image that was once recognisable, becomes a hyperbole of its old being, abstractly and materially, the painting and the artist reach together in unison to a different realm of interaction, with no way back, “beyond repair” as some interpretations of the acronym would suggest. 
The concept can well be applied to all the soldiers that after the trauma of war were never able to return to their previous state. Young’s process is also therapeutic rather than useless, the artist conceives a new way of thinking about the thing–in–itself, this polysemic ground can be attained during an internal period of cathartic transformation, and is expressed in the form of varied, strident colours:
 
“My colour-repair approach to painting relates to my theory that we can establish an unbreakable desire for a work despite its subject if we succumb to the colours used on the surface. Furthermore, the approach visually introduces the fact that there are two outlooks on life, the positive and the negative. We can bask in the bad, or exist with it and let it change to make something new and beautiful. “
 

On the other hand the concept FUBAR can be applied to the material process itself and the use of technological meanings to distort a previous, once conceived reality. Media and history can be found through intertextual references in Young’s paintings, from the polychromatic use of colour in Fauvism to personal micro narratives, all veiled by the vibration of joyful hues:
 
“This show is about looking past the obvious and how deception through colour and beauty can thwart a simple and striking message of despair, despite the comprising of sinister components.”


Opening Night: Thursday 31st March 6-8pm Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin
Closing Feast: Saturday 9th April 3-5pm

 

 

 






 



We are excited to invite you to the closing event of Sublime Trouble, the second exhibition of Interlude’s 2016 Art Month program. Saturday 26th March from 2-4pm we will be celebrating this exceptional collaborative show with our ritual Interlude closing feast event with food by the artists, drinks and special guests Yarran Hominh & Nick Meredith performing an improvised musical response to Sublime Trouble.

‘Sublime Trouble’ exhibits the latest work of Christopher Raymond and Jonathan McBurnie. While both artists have included a healthy serve of their own work, the exhibition also includes a series of collaborative pieces, the beginnings of which can be traced back to their years of postgraduate study together. Mostly improvised, these collaborative works have been passed between the artists for a number of months, and rather than attempting to bridge any perceived differences between their ‘solo’ works, they have instead merged their individual worlds having their peculiarities stand together. Whimsical but with dark and mystical overtones, the exhibition is decidedly rough-cut, providing a chance for both artists to break away from what is expected of them, and perhaps even break some new collaborative ground.


Closing event: Saturday 26th March 2-4pm






 

 



SUBLIME TROUBLE • RAYMOND & MCBURNIE


We are very pleased to invite you to the opening of Sublime Trouble, the second exhibition of Interlude’s 2016 Art Month program.

‘Sublime Trouble’ is a new exhibition of the work of Christopher Raymond and Jonathan McBurnie. While both artists have included a healthy serve of their own work, the exhibition also includes a series of collaborative pieces, the beginnings of which can be traced back to their years of postgraduate study together. Mostly improvised, these collaborative works have been passed between the artists for a number of months, and rather than attempting to bridge any perceived differences between their ‘solo’ works, they have instead merged their individual worlds having their peculiarities stand together. Whimsical but with dark and mystical overtones, the exhibition is decidedly rough-cut, providing a chance for both artists to break away from what is expected of them, and perhaps even break some new collaborative ground.


Opening event: Thursday 17th March 7-9pm
Closing event: Saturday 26th March 2-4pm with special guests Yarran Hominh & Nick Meredith performing an improvised musical response to the work.

* Interlude Gallery is kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

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Interlude Artist Hana Hoogedure is part of 2016 SafARI with her project “Ground Control” :

 

Ground Control is a series of video news casts of the spaces, places and people of/ and experiencing SafARI 2016. The series centres upon the master map, Ground Control, a physical hand-drawn geographical/mind map that will commentate the art, friends, feelings, fashion, beverage selection and whatever else people feel is important to share during a healthy post show banter. Ground Control is a digital catalog of the sentimental networks and spatial relationships surrounding the sites of SafARI. 

PERFORMANCE TIMES: (Fri 11th- Sat 26th MARCH)
FRI 11th: 6-10pm @ Alaska Projects William St
SAT 12th: 3-5pm @ X Art Projects, 4-6pm @ Minerva
SUN 13th: 3-6pm @ Alaska Projects William St 
TUE 15th: 6-10pm @ JAMIE LEWIS DINNER – Alaska (car park)
WED 16th:12-3pm @ Alaska Projects William St, 6-8pm @ Alaska (car park)
THU 17th: 12-3pm @ Alaska Projects William St (Not confirmed)
SAT 19th: 5-8pm @ Alaska (car park)
TUE 22nd: 5-7pm @ Kudos Gallery
WED 23rd: 12-3pm @ Alaska Projects William St
THU 24th: 12-6pm @ Alaska Projects William St, 6-9pm @ Alaska (car park)
FRI 25th: 4-6pm @ Kudos Gallery
SAT 26th: 6- late @ The Old Fitz
SOCIAL MEDIA:
 
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75 William St, Darlinghurst
12-6pm WED-SUN





• Interlude artist Kai Wasikowski is currently exhibiting work alongside some other great artists in ‘Transpire’ at ES74 Gallery in Alexandria > 20th March, don’t miss the chance to see Wasikowski’s mesmerising works close-up •









i am a sea closing event




This Saturday 12th from 3-5pm we will be hosting the closing event of our current exhibition ‘I AM SEA’ by Ellen Hewitt ~ As an Art Month special there will be a feature solo performance by Sydney based Artist Honey Long, responding to & expanding on the concept of I Am Sea with a work called ‘flubba blubba’ commencing between 3-3.30pm. The performance will be followed by drinks and nibbles and we will end the event with an open artist talk where Hewitt will discuss here work in depth.

 




 





• Interlude Artist Julien Bowman will be presenting his “response towards painting’s impossibility” BAD TECHNICIAN opens tomorrow evening 6-8pm Factory 49






 




As part of our Art Month Sydney program our first exhibition of March is titled I AM SEA, a solo show by Canberra–Sydney based artist Ellen Hewitt. I Am Sea explores the intrinsic bond between human/ocean.


I Am Sea contemplates humanity’s profound relationship with the ocean. Voyeuristic and minimal, Ellen Hewitt’s work is an eloquent investigation into this subtle dynamic of human nature. This relationship is not understood and decidedly unconscious, yet its existence and influence has always been and continues to be unquestionably acknowledged. Featuring a human silhouette in both still and moving format endlessly staring out to the ocean (an ancient practice) this contemporary project is an immersive, atmospheric and emotionally engaging experience that demonstrates how inextricably bound we are to the ocean and its effects on our state of mind. Ultimately I Am Sea raises questions about the self and what it means to be human by tapping into a rich affiliation that, like this work, is as enigmatically powerful as it is subtle.


“As if this activity was linked to a metaphysical melancholy of nothingness; it seem it was Freud who elaborated the most on the concept of “uncanny’ in his essay ‘Das Unheimliche’, a cognitive dissonance, something that it is presented as familiar to us but incongrous at the same time, a paradox, like looking at yourself in the mirror. The sea may be a mirror as well, and as the uncanny concept refers ‘something that reminds us of our own selves’.”
– Misael M.

Opening Night: Thursday 3rd March 6-8pm
Closing Event Artist talk: Saturday 12th March 3-5pm

* Kindly Sponsored by the delightful Poor Toms Gin








Join us for an afternoon of cabbage rolls and wine to celebrate the closing of Interlude Gallery’s temporary transcendental museum and psychedelic chapel by Szymon Dorabialski.

Sat 27th 3–5 pm

11/131–145 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney

 


 



 



We are pleased to invite you, dear public, to our second show of the year at Interlude Gallery. This time one of our closest collaborators Szymon Dorabialski is taking the reins with his solo exhibition Boże drogi.

Boże drogi
/My Dear Goødness

“I am Universal, I burst;
I am Particular, I contract;
I become the Universal, I laugh”
-Rene Daumal

To personally navigate a rupture and fixturing of disparate realities is both human and transcendental. Boże Drogi is the reconfiguring of such dialectics made physical, a devotional recollection and future archive of what is inherently and collectively encrypted. As light is refracted we understand the composite of its truths. So too, do we traverse fractally but distinctively, the infrastructures that seek to remedy the once-thought indivisible. There is unease in these means, their transgressions, the invocations answered by that previously unsought and undesirable. Where to delegate our understandings in the face of maddening consequence?



Szymon Dorabialski is a Sydney based, interdisciplinary artist currently completing his Masters of Fine Arts at Sydney College of the Arts.

Opening Night Thursday 18th Feb 6-8pm
Closing Event Saturday 27th Feb 3-5pm
Gallery Opening Hours: Tues- Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11-5pm

Interlude Gallery exhibitions are kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

 




 

 





We are closing our first show of the year with our almost classic ‘Closing feast’. The artist will cook something for the public and we will provide some drinks, creating a pleasant enviroment to encourage intercommunication, and what better way to open our mouths than for nice food & wine. We look forward to welcoming you his Saturday afternoon!


Saturday 13th 3–5 p.m




 

 





• New to our stable of Interlude Artists is the wonderful Sydney based photographer & video artist Eliya Nikki Cohen, if you are in Canberra this weekend don’t miss her solo show LOVE EYES at Australian National Capital Artists Inc opening tonight at 6pm •

 

 



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• Mexican Interlude Artist Mónica Escutia currently exhibits her latest performance work in the collective exhibition ‘Reconstrucción’ a curatorial project by Abraham Cruz Villegas at Maz Museum in Zapopan Jalisco, Mexico •

 






 





After a few weeks contemplating the pleasures that life has to offer; Interlude Gallery is back on the ship and ready to explore the world of expanding possibilities. We are excited to start the new year of the gregorian calendar with a formidable solo exhibition by Sydney based artist Bryden Williams, followed by another solo show from Interlude Gallery collaborator Szymon Dorabialski later this month. Interlude is also part of ArtMonth this year in March; we will be holding our regular opening events as well as several interesting discussions open to the public and collaborations with other local entities, let’s wait and see…


· Site specifics by bryden williams ·

Sydney based artist Bryden Williams presents a new series of video, photographic and installation art for his upcoming solo exhibition titled Site Specifics, which opens on the 4th February. His first solo show here at Interlude Gallery is a promising exploration around the use of controlled environments within urban architectural and engineered sites and the posterior interventions of natural and uncontrolled spaces in a sort ofdifferential amalgamation that creates a special form of poetry by force.

“Through makeshift scenarios such as a fire sprinkler system being activated by a campfire and a high-pressure sodium streetlamp positioned in a tree above a quiet river scene”:

Williams makes reference to the open possibilities of alternative uses of the buildings facilities and the new context/site that would produce a desirable effect exempt of utilitarian labour, like the old surrealistic formula with the umbrella and the sewing machine.

Interlude Gallery Directors

Opening Night Thursday 4th February  6–8 pm
Closing Event Saturday 13th February  3–5 pm

 

* Kindly Sponsored by Poor Toms Gin

 

 

 





 





We are thrilled to announce that we reached our campaign goal and therefore printing & distribution of our first soft cover Interlude Annual Almanac will take place shortly! A huge thank you to all who have supported this project. We look forward to it becoming an Interlude tradition.

We are now officially closed for the year and will be re-opening in February with an exciting 2016 exhibition program. During this period we welcome any enquires via email to the following accounts respectively:
sales@interludegallery.com
media@interludegallery.com

We are also still accepting proposals for our 2016 exhibition program, although there are very limited slots left! Please send your submission to the following:
proposals@interludegallery.com

We hope you enjoy the break and look forward to welcoming you all back in the new year! 

 


–Interlude Gallery

 










Interlude Artist Julien Bowman has been selected by Brad Buckley to exhibit in the annual exhibition,

FINE ART / UNIVERSITY SELECTION 2015-2016, at the Tsukuba Museum of Art, Ibaraki, Japan.The exhibition displays artworks produced by young fine artists from Japan and abroad in categories of oil painting, print media, sculpture and calligraphy.

Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fiscal 2015
Creation of new fields of performance for young fine artists: Building ‘Fine Art Universiade’ infrastructure.

 

Exhibition dates 8–13 December 2015.

 

 

 




 

 

 

 




 



We are excited to announce our final 2015 landmark, the first ever Interlude Silent Auction!

 


This is your chance to purchase work at exclusive prices from our diverse stable of Australian and international artists, as well as selected associated artists & collaborators.

The silent auction will commence at 6pm on Thursday the 3rd of December and bidding will close at 9pm.

All artists have generously donated 50% to 100% of their works selling price to Interlude. Therefore, all proceeds will go both to our stable of Artists and to supporting our 2016 exhibition program, which already includes an intriguing selection of shows that are sure to further fuel Interlude’s budding reputation.

Interlude Gallery is a non-for-profit organism, transforming and expanding with the invaluable voluntary participation from our dynamic group of national and international artists and Sydney based collaborators & contributors.

We invite you all come and celebrate the end of what has been a fine and nurturing first year!

This event is kindly sponsored by the famously delicious Poor Toms Gin

Please email sales@interludegallery.com to receive a personal pdf preview of works available for auction.

The exhibition will also be open Friday 4th – Saturday 5th from 11am-5pm for your viewing pleasure.

 


Featuring artists include:
Mónica Escutia (MX)
Mevna (MX)
Avery Wheless (US)
Chris Sutevski
Julien Bowman
Kai Wasikowski
Apolonia Dorabialski
Hana Hoogedeure
Luke O’Donnell
Megan Hales
Honey Long
#Shampoo Project
Katy B Plummer
Kuba Dorabialski




 





Head over to Electrofringe tomorrow at 107 Projects to see work from Interlude collaborator Szymon Dorabialski alongside Aurora Scott & Mahira Sobral to name a few




 






We have designed a book and we need your help to get it out there before the year is up! We are crowd funding the very first ‘Interlude Annual Almanac’, a soft cover archive, a nexus of images, papers and poems from our 2015 exhibition program.

We’ve had over 50 artists exhibit & 8 Sydney based writers contribute their work to Interlude Gallery this year, we think this is something to commemorate.

Thank you in advance for all your support & involvement so far, and please do circulate or donate what you can to the project, open for the next 25 days only!

Special thanks to Samuel Foster for producing the short video


link HERE

 

 





 






We are proud to announce our upcoming TICKETED EVENT here at Interlude Gallery; Lacuna is a solo in situ dance performance by Verity Mackey in collaboration with composer Eugene Ward.

Lacuna
Pronunciation: /ləˈkjuːnə/
1. An unfilled space; a gap:
2. A cavity or depression, especially in bone.

“Your footsteps make my sky fall.”

You are invited to a glimpse of something – to peek into something private and intimate that will be shaped by the seeing of it. You are welcomed to a gap you will light and fill, a space you will dominate as you give and take detail – treading on nature as voyeur and navigator.

FREE EVENT
*ONLY 16 SPACES AVAILABLE PER SHOW
RSVP ESSENTIAL

OPENING PERFORMANCE
FRIDAY 27TH NOV
7.30-8.30PM
BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

CLOSING PERFORMANCE
SATURDAY 28TH NOV
7.30-8.30PM
BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

 






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Come down this evening  17 of November 2015 at 6:00 pm to the undergraduate & masters show at SCA, where you will find works by several Interlude artists: Kai Wasikowski, Julien Bowman, Apolonia Dorabialski and more.








Annette Therese Falahey, Syrmathenia Nicolakis & Sairi Yoshizawa come together in the upcoming exhibiton ‘Forms of Identity’; highlighting the connections between the material and the ethereal, the interiors and exteriors as well as the affective and effective states of being that are necessarily implicated in the development of individual-collective identity formations.

Falahey presents figurative sculptural installations and photography, Nicolakis specialises in painting, while Yoshizawa constructs fibre and wire works. This multidisciplinary exhibition brings to light the artists’ responses to the worlds in which they physically and emotionally find themselves. The works are based on observed and personal realities, aiming to communicate with the viewer in ways that confirm as well as challenge their own sense of identity.

 




 

 



 



After a very successful opening night, we are now preparing for the last day of Commons, hosting another memorable closing event. For those of you who may be new in this interlude dynamic, we close every exhibition with a feast/chat with the artist/s, curator/s, etc. These events are meant to produce a sort of intersubjectivity between the individuals involved (artists, public, directors, collaborators, etc.), erasing the taxonomies that surround the art world and allowing individuals to connect through art on a different level of understanding.


Commons is a great opportunity to explore the approach of two different artists and their experience with the Australian land, the abstract values of its iconography and relation psyche–geography. The appropriation of nature and the consequent subjection to material transformations, gives as a result a new metaphysic of the object, in which we can now see the layers of accumulative processes and adaptive utilitarian methods.

Commons is a dual construction by Andrew Barnum & Luke O’Donnell
Closing event:
Sat 7th of Nov 3–5pm

Interlude Gallery
11/ 131–145 Glebe Point Road, Glebe, Sydney.

 





 



 


We cordially invite you to attend Commons, an upcoming dual exhibition here at Interlude Gallery featuring the unique work of Andrew Barnum and Luke O’Donnell.

These two Sydney based artists have come together to produce a collaborative exploration of the land; the topographic and psychographic elements involved in the search of understanding the ground on which we stand. Like the akashic realm, the earth can talk and drive us through the process of time and our interconnection within it.

” ‘a tract of land owned or used jointly by the residents of a
community, usually a central square or park in city or town.’ (Dictionary)

Australia is a place of myth and shared memory. A place built on stories, its nature and the people who live within a commons of unique species, forms, surfaces and structures.

This space also exists between the recognisable shapes that sit on the surface of our urban and rural districts, and within the interior, even domestic shape of our shared experience in the form of mediated objects, material and purpose.

This commons is a reminder, a prompt to recognise and reconnect with our imaginings.”

 

–Andrew Barnum

 

 





 

 





This Saturday we toast one last time to Apolonia Dorabialski’s Red Square exhibiton. The artist herself will be cooking up a storm of Pierogi (polish dumplings), Barszcz (purple soup), Krokiety (cabbage stuffed pancakes) & alonside her specialty pickle juice cocktails (magic potion)!

We welcome you from 3pm to feast and chat with the artist.


“I closed my eyes and in the top right corner I saw a red square. It was the reddest red, glowing and hot. Like blood and fire and as loud and garish as the sound of my laugh-crying as I was watching it”.
– Apolonia Dorabialski

Red Square is an interdisciplinary body of work which resembles her different experiences through collecting as an involuntary impulse (Diogenes syndrome?), explorations into alternative psycho- affective states, the mind as a chalkboard where we scribble a superposition of thoughts, individual magic, manias, invisible helpers and a RED SQUARE.

“There is a creature – part guy part rat part bird part lizard part gibbon – living in a cave in the back of Nina Dorabialski’s skull. It’s a creature of appetites and sorcery and setting things on fire”.
– Katy B Plummer





 



 



Mexican Interlude artist Mónica Escutia is having a solo show at artere-a.org Guadalajara, Mexico. The exhibition titled Carne is curated by fellow Mexican Interlude artist Mevna and opens on the 23rd of October. 





 


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We are excited to invite you to our upcoming solo exhibition featuring the work of Interlude Sydney based artist Apolonia Dorabialski.

Red Square is an interdisciplinary body of work which resembles her different experiences through collecting as an involuntary impulse (Diogenes syndrome?), explorations into alternative psycho- affective states, the mind as a chalkboard where we scribble a superposition of thoughts, individual magic, manias, invisible helpers and a RED SQUARE.

 

” I closed my eyes and in the top right corner I saw a red square. It was the reddest red, glowing and hot. Like blood and fire and as loud and garish as the sound of my laugh-crying as I was watching it”.

 

– Apolonia Dorabialski

 

“There is a creature – part guy part rat part bird part lizard part gibbon – living in a cave in the back of Nina Dorabialski’s skull. It’s a creature of appetites and sorcery and setting things on fire”.

 

– Katy B Plummer



The exhibition opens Thursday 15th of October 6-8pm, and continues until Saturday 24th with our closing event from 3-5pm.

Kindly sponsored by the delicious Poor Toms Gin

 

 







 




As an interdisciplinary space, Interlude Gallery is accepting proposals for 2016. We have several spots still avaible for you consideration. We are a living organism that encourages the development of dialogues within heteroclite studies, formal and informal epistemologies and self-rigorous and un-rigorous human explorations, to mention a few. We welcome your interest to collaborate with the space in any propositive way:

 

Interlude Gallery is more than a 43.25m² white space. We work with a team of varied disciplinary backgrounds to assist in the development of your proposal, curation, installation and publicity. Exhibitions at Interlude Gallery are also recorded, documented, and archived on our website and through our Annual Almanac books.

Please refer to our exhibition submission guidelines on the ‘space’ page of this website: http:// www.interludegallery.com/ space.html and don’t hesitate to pop by the gallery, email proposals@interludegallery .com or call the office on (02) 9571 6047 if you have further enquiries. 








Lux Eterna’s solo show ‘Dune’ will be closing this Saturday with our ritual event from 3-5pm, giving you the chance to chat with the artist in a more intimate environment, while feasting and drinking.


“Eterna plays with scale and context in her works, creating both a spacial and psychological distance. Ambiguity of size cordons an internal space in the psyche that mildly inhibits our ability to rationalise the original owners of the bones. The nature of these constructed images aid in placing an individual at safe stance from the comprehension of reality, and through that, we view with just enough space to comfortably internalise the possibility of our own death”.


–Daniel Soma


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Saturday 10th October 3 – 5 pm

Interlude Gallery










“After death, the earth takes back all parts of us. This aspect of existence, absent from the thoughts and sightings of daily life, is something of which we are now being reminded. The sight of bones: the most durable parts of us, buried in the sand, slowly weathered and ebbed to the surface by the wind’s movements”.
-Eterna

We are excited to announce the opening of DUNE, a solo exhibition showcasing the latest body of work by Sydney based, multi-disciplinary artist Lux Eterna.

Personal and psycho-spiritual growth is clearly at the centre of Eterna’s work. DUNE will take you on a journey through the artists mediative process as a collector, examiner and documenter of our most permanent biomaterial, bones. These works evoke reflection of time and mortality, encouraging self awareness. Eterna’s eloquent compositions have a calming quality, warming what is commonly considered a cold topic.

OPENING NIGHT THURSDAY 1ST OCT 6-8PM
*Kindly sponsored by Poor Toms Gin & Ballsy Wild Kombucha

CLOSING EVENT SATURDAY 10TH OCT 3-5PM
*Chat with the artist in a more intimate environment while enjoying nibbles and wine

 

 

 

 

 










Language Disorder  is closing this Thursday the 17th after an impeccable opening night on the 3rd. 

The exhibition gathers different mature and experimental proposals by artists from Mexico and Australia, who have a peculiar interest in exploring the capacities of heterogeneous forms of communication, languages that engage information, prospection, codification and de-codification in a time of pluritechnologies.

Aurora Scott and Mahira Sobral will be intervening the space with their performance work ‘Me and My Metadata’, structured around a number of live camera videos from around the world: the Abbey Road live cam, the Mt Rushmore live cam, a live cam from a cat cafe in LA and a satellite orbiting earth, to name a few. Reflecting on our technology-saturated lives and in particular the internet and its effect on our idea of the present, time/space (based on ideas from Henri Bergson).

 

Participating Artists:

 

Mevna           
Janine Bailey              
Brenton Alexander Smith                 
Chris Sutevski
Millan Pintos-Lopez
Jenny Alaca                                             
Misael M.
Cleo Gardiner
Szymon Dorabialski

 

 

 

 

 

Closing Event: Thursday 17th Sep 6-8 pm

Sponsored by:
Poor Toms Gin

 





 

 

 




Interlude Gallery is pleased to invite you to our next collaborative show, opening on THURSDAY 3RD OF SEPTEMBER – closing event on THURSDAY 17TH OF SEPTEMBER.

Language Disorder is a heterogamy of artistic production; cross-pollinating disciplines, trans, inter, multi cultures and the concept of language and communication, not as a verb, but rather as a noun, to allow us to understand it’s current position and therefore the becoming of it in time.

We consider it vital to open this discussion up to the general public so we can enrich our social knowledge and possibly establish resolutions as a society through our similarities and differences.
We would be delighted to have your presence at one or both of these events.

 

Participating Artists from México and Australia (Canberra and Sydney):

 

Mevna

Janine Bailey

Brenton Alexander Smith

Misael M.

Chris Sutevski

Millan Pintos-Lopez

Jenny Alaca

Cleo Gardiner

Szymon Dorabialski

 

Opening Night: 6-8pm Thursday 3rd Sep ‘15

With in situ performance by:

Frankie Chow

+ Jenny Alaca

 

Closing Event: 6-8 pm Thursday 17th Sep ‘15

With in situ performance by:

Aurora Scott & Mahira Sobral:  “Me and My Metadata”

 

Sponsored by: 

Poor Toms Gin

 

FB:

https://www.facebook.com/events/476493652529640/

 

 




 





We will be ending our current show ,”The Original of Laura” a solo show by Chelsea Lehmann, by bringing you our ritualistic closing feast. A chance to enjoy the works and the opportunity to chat with the artist in a rather colloquial way. The artist is encouraged to cook or bring something of their personal selection to share with the public, transforming the space into an intersection of reciprocities. Come and enjoy next Saturday from 3-5 pm!

 

FB:

https://www.facebook.com/events/882599875157723/

 

 





A very interesting text by James Aksman-Glosz for Rochford Street Review about our current solo show ‘The original of Laura’ by Chelsea Lehmann, many thanks. Click the image below to link.

 

 

 






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http://rochfordstreetreview.com/2015/08/19/an-echo-of-how-we-live-james-aksman-glosz-reviews-the-original-of-laura-by-chelsea-lehmann/

 




 

 

 



Chelsea Lehmann’s solo exhibition at Interlude Gallery.

Chelsea’s new body of work explores the iconoclastic gesture as a secular, creative act enacted on the painted surface. The exhibition takes its title from Vladimir Nabokov’s last novel, a work of fiction which, at the time of his death in 1977 was a fragmented collection of index cards containing little beyond the basic plot. The work in this exhibition delves into some of the themes underpinning Nabokov’s text.

 

 

August 13th- 22nd 2015.

 

 

 





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Matter & Colour • Closing Feast


We will be ending our current show Matter & Colour Contemporary Painting Exhibition, by bringing you our ritualistic closing feast. A chance to enjoy the works and the opportunity to chat with the artists involved in a rather colloquial way. Each artist is encouraged to cook or bring something of their personal selection to share with the public, transforming the space into an intersection of reciprocities. Come and enjoy next Saturday from 3-5 pm! 




 







Matter & Colour is a pictorial exploration of ‘contemporary’ painting/making; an insistent statement to find out where painting is heading, a rather absurd task, but definitely entertaining. Without any presumption to elucidate the validly or invalidly of the discipline in it’s recursive historical use, but moreover, a naïve approximation to the practice and the personal approach of the artist to his process.

Artists:

Myles Young
Avery Wheless (U.S Interlude Artist)
Julien Bowman (Interlude Artist)
#Shampoo Project
James Aksman-Glosz
Megan Hales (Interlude Artist)
Genevieve Felix Reynolds

Sponsored by: Poor Toms Gin

 

 







• A new review from our current show SUFFRAGIST by Katy B Plummer, have a read dear friends, courtesy of Rochford Street Review •

http://rochfordstreetreview.com/…/from-domestic-homemaker-…/

 








 

“Suffragist, Katy B Plummer’s solo show at Interlude Gallery, pokes at this minefield of cultural representation. Taking the British Suffragettes of the early 20th century as a case study and starting point, she runs back and forth through the image of the fighting female, laughing and celebrating and ultimately, legitimising the ideal, and resurrecting it from its distanced history.”

-Kuba Dorabialski


This Saturday we will farewell SUFFRAGIST with a closing event from 3-5pm. The artist herself will be making scones with jam and cream for the special occasion

 

Saturday 25th July  2015 3-5 pm.
Interlude Gallery

 









Mexican based Interlude Artist Mevna is producing an in situ installation in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The work draws inspiration from one of the oldest and most representative neighborhood from the city  

Santa Teresita. The installation integrates hetereogenic elements like smell, texture, sound, history and hallucinogens. If you find yourself in Mexico don’t forget to visit this experimental exhibition.


More info:


http://artere-a.org/es/exposiciones/extasis-santa-teresa/







A renegade wardrobe incites revolution. Antique furniture wakes from a hundred-year sleep. Katy B Plummer’s solo show at Interlude is a video installation extravaganza, featuring militant suffragists, armed robot forces, zombie side-tables and a worrying collision of homewares and weaponry. It is domestic insurrection! Even the cushions will turn against us.

Inkling:
https://vimeo.com/131943615

 FB:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1633949203485658/

Press:

https://www.cataloguemagazine.com.au/feature/katy-b-plummer-unpacks-the-english-suffragette-movement-in-her-new-exhibition


*Sponsored by  Poor Toms Gin







Our current show “Matter & Void: Contemporary Sculpture and 3D Art Exhibition” will be closing this Saturday with our ritualistic feast. These happenings are meant to break the speculative idea around art/ artists, offering the opportunity to interact with both in a rather colloquial atmosphere. Art as a subject/object. 


When: Saturday 11th of July 3pm to 5pm
Where: Interlude Gallery. 11/ 131-145 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney, Australia.

*Food and wine by donation
*Original Artworks for sale

Artists:

 

Lotte Schwerdtfeger
Eugenie Lee
Hugo Berkelmans
Nina Dorabialski
Simonne Goran
Victoria Hempstead
Paul Brabenec
Kaspar Kägi


FB:

https://www.facebook.com/events/859636524107187/

 







Interlude Gallery has been displaying a series of ongoing shows gathering what we consider valuable and propositive works; according to our curatorial judgment, in different “artistic disciplines” or “fields”. The purpose of this, is to present the multilayered, expansive and heteroclite spectrum of contemporary art practise in its varied forms. The taxonomy or categorisation of “disciplines” is for mere rhetorical use, an irony if you prefer. We are conscious of the transformative nature of art and therefore the reconstitution of certain boundaries within it. Now we talk about multi-inter-trans disciplinary aspects. 


The gallery intends to project a glimpse of this to the public, through the grouping of multiple and effusive, singular proposals.

Matter & Void will present contemporary sculpture and 3D Art, combining the work of seven Australian based artists.

Artist:

Lotte Schwerdtfeger
Eugenie Lee
Hugo Berkelmans
Nina Dorabialski
Simonne Goran
Victoria Hempstead
Paul Brabenec


2nd-11th July 2015
Opening Thursday 2nd 6-8pm
11/131-145 Glebe Point Rd.
Glebe, Sydney, Australia

 

Sponsored by: http://www.poortomsgin.com.au/


  






Our current show “Quiet Subversions: Paintings by Arthur Parker” will be closing this Saturday with our ritualistic feast. These happenings are meant to break the speculative idea around art/ artists, offering the opportunity to interact with both in a rather colloquial atmosphere. Art as a subject/object.

When: Saturday 27th of June 3pm to 5pm
Where: Interlude Gallery. 11/ 131-145 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney, Australia.











 ArhurPArker






“This fascinating retrospective showcases the oeuvre of self-taught Sydney artist, Arthur Parker. Parker began his career as a house painter, went on to contractual graffiti-buffing work for the council, then, after an epiphany, turned his focus to the visual arts. This exhibition features select documentation of Parker’s early site-specific paintings, and recent developments of his current passion: still life painting.”

Interlude gallery is pleased to invite you to our next exhibition curated by Ida Lawrence.
Ida has been in constant contact with Arthur, witnessing his development as an artist and painter. Now, she has taken on the task of gathering his oeuvre and assembling a biographical show. The path of the autodidact is always unpredictable and full of vicissitudes; Arthur’s work is the irrefutable proof that through self-passionate discipline the status of “Artist” is easy to achieve, a kids tale if you will.

We hope you can make it to this great exhibition.


Interlude Gallery

 


18-27 of June 2015

Opening Night : Thursday 18th 6-8pm






Our current show “Racing Retina: Contemporary Moving Image” will be closing this Saturday with our ritualistic feast. These happenings are meant to break the speculative idea around art/ artists, offering the opportunity to interact with both in a rather colloquial atmosphere. Art as a subject/object.

When: Saturday 13th of June 3pm to 5pm
Where: Interlude Gallery. 11/ 131-145 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney, Australia.

 




Racing Retina: Contemporary Moving Image

Six Sydney artists contribute their moving images to comprise the third instalment of Interlude Gallery’s ongoing series of medium specific group shows. “Racing Retina” includes projections, video installations, multi and single channel video works which utilise the magic of the medium, continual movement through time and form while the audience and it’s framing remain relatively still. The works do not necessarily base themselves on linear narratives, but imaginatively and playfully employ moving forms, colours and images to stimulate contemplations upon beauty, abstraction, illusion, the physical body and perpetual movement.

Artist include:
Hayley Coghlan
Bryden Williams
Julia Rochford
Dominic Byrne
Julien Bowman
Frazer Bull-Clark

OPENING NIGHT THURSDAY 4th OF JUNE 2015 6.00 TO 8.00 PM (Exhibition runs until the 13TH June)
WHERE: INTERLUDE GALLERY, 11/ 131-145 GLEBE POINT ROAD, GLEBE, SYDNEY, AUS.

 





 

 

 

Interlude Gallery artists Luke O’Donnell & Hana Hoogedeure are performing along with David Greenhalg this Wednesday 27th at 6 pm for the 2nd birthday celebration of Archive Space.

 

More Info:

https://www.facebook.com/events/805815672801588/






 

 

Congratulations to Interlude artists Hana Hoogedeure and Katy B Plummer who are finalists for the 5th Woman’s Annual Prize. Winners will be announced this Thursday 28th. Best of luck.



About the Prize:

http://www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/Whats+On/Art+Events/Womens+Art+Prize

 

PDF finalists open category:

http://www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/_Documents/Events/WAP_Open+Finalists.pdf








 Our current show “Line & Point: Contemporary Drawing Exhibition” will be closing this Saturday with our ritualistic feast. These happenings are meant to break the speculative idea around art/ artists, offering the opportunity to interact with both in a rather colloquial atmosphere. Art as a subject/object. 


When: Saturday 23rd of May 3pm to 5pm
Where: Interlude Gallery. Shop 11/ 131-145 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney, Australia.

*Food and wine by donation
*Original Artworks for sale






Broadsheet Sydney interviewed Interlude & took some great photos at the Line & Point exhibition, have a gander :



http://www.broadsheet.com.au/sydney/art-and-design/article/breathing-space#gallery-7




Line & Point




 




Our next field exhibition is the second of an ongoing series of explorations in artistic contemporary practise. It will open next Thursday 14th of May from 6.00pm to 8.00pm and run until the 23rd of May.

Join us to contemplate a varied range of discourses, methodologies and styles under the premise of drawing.

Line & Point: Contemporary Drawing Exhibition will display a glimpse of the individual practise of six contemporary artists and their dynamic around the subject.

 

Participating artists:

 

Chris Sutevski

Georgia Emslie

Julien Bowman

Adrian de Giorgio

Daniel Soma

Kaspar Kägi

 

 

 

*Sponsored by Young Henrys








Thank you Nicholas Forrest for the writeup in Blouin ARTINFO Australia, check out Interlude’s latest feature  here.

 




 

 





Interlude Artist Hana Hoogedeure is participating in a collective exhibition as part of the Stonevilla Studios annual show this Friday 8th of May.




 







Our current show will be closing this Sunday with our ritualistic feast. These happenings are meant to break the speculative idea around art/ artists, offering the opportunity to interact with both in a rather colloquial atmosphere. Art as a subject/object.

When: Sunday 3rd of May 3pm to 5pm
Where: Interlude Gallery. Shop 11/ 131-145 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe, Sydney, Australia.

*Food and wine by donation
*Original Artworks for sales







Photo+Graphy exhibits the work of six Sydney based contemporary photographers. It is the first in an ongoing series of group shows unfolding Interlude Galleries predilection in varied artistic fields. This exhibition will present a glimpse of the expansive technique and subject matter inspiring the emerging photographic practice.


Artists:
•Honey Long• Max Goodman• Elizabeth McCrystal• Eliya Nikki Cohen• Helen Morgan• Lydia Dowman•


Interlude Gallery

Opening night:

23rd of April 6.00pm to 8.00pm

Exhibition runs until 3rd of May

•Sponsored by Young Henrys

 




 

News

We’re holding a closing feast for our current exhibition ” Hermeneutics: A showcase of Interlude Gallery Artists”.
The event is meant to vitalise the relation between artists/public, by erasing this line, we, the public, become active participants of the creative act. On this occasion the gallery will become a banquet, where everyone can enjoy the pleasure of social/art interrelation.

 



Sunday 12th of April
from 3.00pm to 5.00pm

 

Interlude Gallery







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Interlude Gallery is pleased to announce its second exhibition with a showcase of our current Australian represented artists.

The exhibition title emerged from the concepts and theories of Mexican philosopher Mauricio Beuchot and his proposal “analogic hermeneutics”.

This theory intends to conciliate the conflict within positivist interpretations, which appeal to one truth only, and a relative position, post-modern you could say, which allows for infinite interpretations. 

Analogic hermeneutics aims to extend the limits of interpretation, bearing in mind its plurality and the aperture to multiple readings, but without losing a dialogic sense (dialogue) and the contingent levels in the act of interpretation. The title therefore suggests that spectators can participate actively, with the artist’s discursive guide, to discern the artistic phenomenon.

 

Hermeneutics will open this Thursday 2nd of April 2015 from 6.00pm to 8.00pm and runs until the 11th of April.

 

Participating Artists:

 

Kai Wasikowski

Megan Hales

Julien Bowman

Nina Dorabialski

Hana Hoogedeure

Luke O’Donnell

Kuba Dorabialski

Katy B Plummer

 

*Sponsored by Young Henrys:

http://www.younghenrys.com/age-gate

 






 

Interlude Artist Hana Hoogedeure is participating in a collective exhibition at TwentyThirtySeven. The exhibition is called ‘Professional Share’ and runs Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th. The Opening is this Thursday 26th from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm.

She is also a finalist (along with 10 other artists) for the ‘Stone Villa Studios Wearable Art Prize 2015′, which is part of MOST (Marrickville open studio trail). 

 

For more information about these events follow the links below:

 

Professional Share:

https://www.facebook.com/events/888341041221943/

 

Stonevilla Studios WAP 2015:

http://www.stonevilla.com.au/

 

Event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/338479526348183/


 

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A beautiful Polish mother cooks for a famished crowd, everyone is celebrating to the beat of Polska, “UCZTA (the feast) is ready!”, some one screams.

 

Come to this final Saturday to drink and eat with the artists of our current exhibition “Interlude”. This is your last chance to see the show and who knows, you may hear a secret or two!


UCZTA = “Polish Closing Exhibition Feast/Chat With The Artists”

SATURDAY 21ST MARCH

3.00 pm to 5.00 pm

INTERLUDE GALLERY

Shop 11/ 131-145 Glebe Point Road, Glebe

Sydney, N.S.W, Australia






 

• Interlude Artist Kai Wasikowski is opening his second solo show LUX on Thursday 19th March at The Corner Cooperative as part of the Chippendale/Redfern Art at Night program for Art Month Sydney. We are certainly looking forward to it! •

https://www.facebook.com/events/1567930976827975/

 

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• A video by Interlude Collaborator Frazer Bull-Clark is screening at the following events this month through DLUX Media Arts • 
Tonight at Tortuga Studios in St Peters: spectrumnow.com.au/events/dlux-double-d-artbar/ 
At Artereal Gallery on the 21st: 
artmonthsydney.com.au/ta…/is-this-art-collecting-video-works.



 

 





 Interlude Gallery has unveiled its precinct! We are very flattered by the welcoming from the Sydney community and beyond. Thank you.

We are currently exhibiting our first exhibition ‘Interlude” until the 21st of March. Be sure not to miss out these excellent, propositive works.



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We are very pleased to announce the Grand Opening night of Interlude Gallery with our first exhibition “Interlude”. Three multifaceted artists from Sydney and Melbourne are intervening the space in an exceptional way. The microhistories presented by each artist possess the cogency to take us (the spectators) on an incredible poetic journey, plagued by tacit references, nostalgic acts that can be perceived through the peephole of our fragmented dreams and that are brought to life, like the Golem, thanks to our desires and the alchemic process of the artist. These artists are the proof of the transformative power of humour (or “Umor” as Vaché called it), its biting capacity to cause the bursting of laughter, but a laugh which resounds in our conscience, as a phantasmagoric presence in an abandoned hospital in the countryside. Each proposition acts as an “interlude” in the variate eventualities of life, as the gallery space does for the city. We are looking forward to seeing everyone there to enjoy this historical milestone. Interlude Gallery is here!

 

 Date: Friday 6th March 2015

 Time: 6-8pm 

 Place: Interlude Gallery, Sydney Australia

 Artists: Katy B Plummer, Kuba Dorabialski & Megan Hales

 

 

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Interlude Gallery, co-founded in 2014 by Isabel R. and Misael M. will be opening as a plateau in the middle of Glebe this near March. We are now accepting transpolar proposals for 2015-2016. Kind Regards!