As part of Nite Art 2015 exhibition spaces along Flinders Lane will be open from 6pm until late. Eight venues on Flinders Lane will show photography, video, paintings and site-responsive installations.
At Flinders Lane Gallery Jon Eiseman and Josh Robbins will be working on new pieces in the gallery space, and Melinda Schawel will guide visitors through creating their own paper-based art.
Karen Woodbury Gallery will have an exhibition by Philip Wolfhagen called Other Worlds, a new collection of landscape works that are inspired by the artist’s experiences in Tasmania’s Skullbones Plains.
Blindside ARI (in the Nicholson Building) and the Chin Chin Wall of Art will show video art. Blindside’s Screen Series is curated by Xanthe Dobbie and Anabelle Lacroix and will explore the potential of ‘the object’ in works by five artists and collectives. At Cnin-Chin Taiwanese-born artist Roy Chu’s installation is about notions of identity, family and nationality.
A the Nicholas Building, as well as the exhibition at BLINDSIDE, CAVES gallery will show Eliza Hutchison’s photographic installation, The Red and the White. At Stephen McLaughlan gallery will be painter Massimo Palombo’s Pictures for a Changing World, an exhibition inspired by Palombo’s interest in the relationship between the artist and the viewer.
For more information on these exhibitions and other events in Nite Art, see the website niteart.com.au
6pm – late, Thursday 23 July | Various locations across Melbourne | Late-night hub at the Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne, open until midnight.