Disorder Gallery

TO DISRUPT THE REGULAR

Landscape

TROVE

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Disorder Gallery presents

D/O.29 'Trove'

a group exhibition from artists...

Helen C-M - Emily Isabel Taylor - CrazyEyes

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Helen C-M takes us on her evolving journey of colour and abstraction using the simple floral landscapes of Little Riley Street, in Surry Hills. What emerges as each work resolves itself is an honest and often raw exchange between the local environment and the artist herself.

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Sydney based visual artist Emily Isabel Taylor brings us 'Supreme'. Her work raises questions around the limits of photography outside of its traditional margins investigating the possibilities that pictorial matter can obtain through reproduction and recombination, opening the medium up to new forms of hybridization such as installation, collage and video.

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Working through the trash, CrazyEyes uses the relationships of colour and shape to create vibrant and uplifting human stories, reminding us that beauty is simply a matter of perspective.‘Trash is Treasure’ is a light-hearted look at what is often discarded, neglected, left behind and the fine line between ‘forgotten’ and ‘fabulous’. This is their first exhibition.

 

Please join us for opening night of ‘Trove’ on Thursday May 16th from 6-8pm.

D/O.29 'Trove' will be on display through June 1st at Disoder Gallery

A little bit of Darwin in Darlinghurst

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Celebrating the unusual, iconic beauty of Australia's Northern Territory, Disorder Gallery
brings together the work of four artists from Darwin in its current exhibition
Top End Edge.

With works exploring the colour, texture, light and wilderness of a landscape that is
both harsh and welcoming, lush and desolate, Top End Edge presents a unique slice of
life straight from twelve degrees south.

Through a mix of style and subject matter, artists Alison Dowell, Linda Joy, Miranda Roussel and Alison Worsnop present Sydneysiders with a local's perspective on the hot tropical north. 

Top End Edge is currently available online in Disorder Gallery's "On Now" section but only for a limited time. So be sure to check out the Top End Edge catalogue while you still can. 

Top End Edge will only be in Sydney from October 26th – November 12th. Come by Disorder Gallery and explore this bit of Darwin in Darlinghurst.

Disorder Gallery would to thank the Northern Territory government for their sponsorship and support.