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VIRTUAL KINETICS

Event, D/O, OpeningElliott Cole

Alan Rose returns to Disorder Gallery for just ten days only with D/O.32 Virtual Kinetics

Virtual Kinetics
works which change as the position of the viewer changes

Inspired by the Kinetic Art movement from the 60s, this exhibition demonstrates this virtual sense of movement with lenticular works, using vertical v-shaped elements which change colour as we move past them, creating various abstract forms.

A series called “Little Boxes”, evoking Pete Seeger’s song from the 60s (actually written by Malvina Reynolds) creates shadows and patterns that change according to light and viewer position.

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Preview Alan Rose’s Virtual Kinetic’s on Wednesday July 24th from 12-6pm or join us for opening night on Thursday July 25th from 6-8pm Disorder Gallery.

D/O.32 Virtual Kinetics will be on display through August 3rd only, so be sure to see ‘the movement’ while you still can.

URBANISM II: AFTER ARTAMOUR

D/O, Event, OpeningElliott Cole

Jeremy Alaban returns to Disorder Gallery with a follow up to his 2018 exhibition 'Urbanism II: After Artamour'.


Inspired by the city streets around Darlinghurst, Alaban combines sculptural elements and textural canvases, complemented by a unique palate, to create his signature abstracted urban landscapes. Urbanism II presents a new series of works by Alaban, each representing an element of love, softening the edges of our concrete existence.

Join us for opening night of 'Urbanism II: After Artamour' On Thursday March 14th from 6-8pm at Disorder Gallery.

‘Urbanism II: After Artamour’ runs through March 30th.

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DEGREES OF POSSIBILITY

D/O, Opening, EventElliott Cole
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The drawings and sculptures of Shu Kwan grow organically in response to the space the work occupies. Art and place feed off each other with rigorous adherence to an underlying grid structure, which ironically frees him to explore form, line, colour, shape, texture and mass.

His sculptures and wall assemblages, made from found and discarded items, sourced from his domestic and urban environment, are a response to the objects themselves, focused on their surface properties and the manipulations they invite. Through the process of transformation these “waste” objects are reshaped and harmonised to create calm and striking pieces that reimagine the viewer’s world.

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Join us for the opening of D/O.19 Shu Kwan's Degrees of Possibility on Thursday, August 2nd from 6-8pm at Disorder Gallery.