Monthly Archives: September 2015

The f Word, Contemporary Feminist Art in Australia

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Filomena Coppola

Penny Byrne

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Robyn Massey

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The f Word – a multidisciplinary project exploring contemporary Feminist Art

Curated by Caroline Phillips

The f Word, Sale 

July 19 to September 17, 2014

Catherine Bell, Penny Byrne, Filomena Coppola, Kate Just, Jill Orr, Clare Rae, Elvis Richardson

The f Word, Ararat

August 28 to October 12, 2014

Kate Beynon, Karen Buczynski-Lee, Destiny Deacon, Laurene Dietrich, Eliza-Jane Gilchrist, Janice Gobey, Georgia MacGuire, Robyn Massey, Caroline Phillips, Louise Saxton, Inez de Vega, Lyndal Walker

For more information on The f Word please click here

This project is supported by:

The Melbourne Social Equity Institute

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The Victorian Women’s Trust

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and the Victorian College of the Arts Matters of the Body Research cluster

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This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria

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Topologies of Sexual Difference

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Co-curated with Dr. Louise Burchill

December 9-12, 2-14

George Paton Gallery,

University of Melbourne

This exhibition was presented as part of the Topologies of Sexual Difference Luce Irigaray Circle Conference, Melbourne, Australia, Wednesday 10 to Friday 12 December 2014, hosted by The Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne and The Communication, Politics and Culture Research Centre at RMIT.

In order to think and to experience sexual difference, Irigaray suggests reconsidering the Western tradition’s conceptions of space and time.  Conceptual and material practices in sculpture, painting, photography, text and video engage in powerful dialogue with the strategies, metaphors, spaces and places envisaged within and beyond Irigaray’s work to manifest new discourses and expand our ways of seeing and living sexual difference.

Artists (in alphabetical order):

Cherelyn Brearley, Janet Burchill, Virginia Fraser, Helen Johnson, Marina Kassianidou, Utako Shindo Kanai, Danni McCarthy, Joanne Makas, Alex Martinis Roe, Caroline Phillips, Kerrie Poliness, Elizabeth Presa, Julieanna Preston, Grace Pundyk, Tania Smith, Jacqueline Taylor, Terry Taylor, Alison Thomson

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Caroline-Phillips, warped, 2015, stainless-steel, synthetic rope, 250x400x30cm, photo by Clare Rae
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Caroline Phillips,  warped, 2015, stainless-steel, synthetic rope, 250x400x30cm, photo by Clare Rae
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Caroline Phillips, Plug Ins, 2015, rubber, plastic, chenille stems, electrical plugs, photo by Clare Rae
Caroline Phillips, Sequential Steel No.3, 2015, stainless steel, chenille stems, rubber octopus straps, photo by Clare Rae
Caroline Phillips, Sequential Steel No.3, 2015, stainless steel, chenille stems, rubber octopus straps, photo by Clare Rae

Caroline Phillips, Untitled Pink, 2015

Curve bar, 2014, recycled steel, acrylic tape, recycled rubber, dimensions variable, photo by Clare Rae

Living museum of the West, Maribyrnong

April 4 to April 19, 2015