Artspace is celebrating the launch of their recently re-designed identity, galleries and studio spaces with An Imprecise Science, a group exhibition exploring how we each determine our own processes for embodying experience or tracking our lives.
Curated by Artspace Executive Director and UNSW Art & Design Alumni Alexie Glass-Kantor with Artspace Curator Talia Linz, the exhibition features work by local and international artists including Walead Beshty, Nina Canell, Natalya Hughes, Biljana Jancic, Ragnar Kjartansson and The National, Alicja Kwade, Bridie Lunney, Rob McLeish, Kate Newby, Isabel Nolan, Shinro Ohtake and Daniel von Sturmer.
Artspace’s revamped non-residential studio program for 2015 provides opportunities for seven artists to work in their newly refurbished studios.
Significantly this program is now underpinned by a partnership between Artspace and UNSW Art & Design which recognises participating artists as Visiting Fellows in the Faculty and provides them with access to our unmatched workshops, maker spaces and media production facilities.
The inaugural One Year Studio Artists for 2015 includes a multigenerational selection of leading artists including Khadim Ali, Hany Armanious, Kelly Doley, Nick Dorey, Mikala Dwyer, Clare Milledge and Tim Silver.
In addition to Studio Artists program Artspace is launching a new 2015 International Visitors Program in partnership with UNSW Art & Design featuring a series of international visiting curators, artists, writers and thinkers.
An Imprecise Science is on at Artspace until 24 May, 2015.