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Embedded

AN EXCERPT MAGAZINE EXHIBITION

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‘Embedded’ presents an incredible line up of Australian and International artists curated by Excerpt Magazine’s Amy Marjoram & Michael Meneghetti.

Nicole Breedon (AUS) // Greg Jones (USA) // Pablo Jones Soler (UK) / Kim Laughton (UK) // Hector Llanquin (WALLMAPU) //Zach Nader (USA) // Simon Pericich (AUS) // Georgie Roxby Smith (AUS)

The works in ‘Embedded’ all mash, twist, suspend or endlessly repeat aspects of screen-mediated living. Where the beautiful and grotesque can be one and the same, where death can be endless or invigorating, where desire is soaked up, cleaned off and expressed as abstracted lifestyle choices. Reality has become quaint. Everything has become easier and more complex. Wallow in the allure, it is as real as anything else.

We hope everyone can make it to the opening on Wednesday 30 October 6-9pm at Strange Neighbour in Fitzroy, Melbourne. ALL WELCOME.

The show then runs for the next 3 days until 2 November with Strange Neighbour open each day 11am - 6pm (The exhibition will also be open on Wednesday 30 before the opening from 11am-6pm.)

Thank you so much to Strange Neighbour for having us and Artbox who are providing technical support!

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The Weight of the Past - Technology

The Weight of the Past, Technology  is a selection of works curated by Excerpt.

MAUDE KASPERZAK

Internet Memorial, 2010,  02.42sec

GABRIELE TOZZI

Untitled, 2011

Untitled, 2011

EAMON DONNELLY

Studies in Broadcast Colour  05.31sec

An exploration into the way colour is rendered and translated through the red, green and blue channels of obsolete Cathode Ray Tube or CRT television sets. Taken using modern digital video photography of an abstract colour broadcast via a 1988 Phillips Natural 14″ CRT Tube Television, this is part of an ongoing series of colour, moving image and archival television studies magnified through the RGB CRT screen.

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KIM LAUGHTON

Explosion, 2013,  00.13sec

LARK

E-waste, Mitchell, ACT, Australia.  One week after the ACT's analogue TV signal was turned off, 2012

E-waste, Mitchell, ACT, Australia.  One week after the ACT's analogue TV signal was turned off, 2012

CHRISTOPHER MEERDO

sine qua non, 2012, archival inkjet mounted to sintra.

sine qua non, 2012, archival inkjet mounted to sintra.

The sun photographed thousands of times using an early 1990's digital camera. This resulted in the degradation of the image sensor which obfuscated its recording capabilties.  

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