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Material Exchange

When

FALL LINE:
16 August - 10 September 2017

SHE TURNS:
20th September - 15th October 2017

MILF/graphemes:
25th October- 19th November 2017

Where

c3 Contemporary Art Space

Cost

Free Admission

When

FALL LINE:
16 August - 10 September 2017

SHE TURNS:
20th September - 15th October 2017

MILF/graphemes:
25th October- 19th November 2017

Where

c3 Contemporary Art Space

Cost

Free Admission

Material Exchange
Featuring Isadora Vaughan and Kate Hill / Rebecca Thomas and Meredith Turnbull / Ruth O’Leary and Janet Burchill and Jennifer McCamley
Facilitated by Meredith Turnbull and c3 Projects

Material Exchange explores an expanded notion of mentorship, examining how influences and ideas flow in a reciprocal manner between artists. These relations flow up and across, rather than simply via the conventional path of mentor to mentee. Presented as three discrete exhibitions between August to November, the project draws out and further expands on the points of convergence and departure evident in the practices of the participating artists, including: political and material approaches to making; conceptual and thematic research as both the material of and impetus for the creation of artworks; an engagement with concepts such as environment through matter, place and ecologies; and a critique and examination of systems from within social relations, art history and politics.

with public programs by: Natty Solo, Hope Lumsden-Barry and Fayen d ‘Evie

As part of Material Exchange a number of catalogues were produced by Hope Lumsden-Barry in collaboration with artists:

Isadora Vaughan and Kate Hill
Fall Line

Ruth O’Leary
MILF

Meredith Turnbull and Rebecca Thomas
She-Turns

Material Exchange is a part of c3’s larger 2017 Professional Development and Mentorship program. This program includes over 12 projects and 25 featured artists.

This project is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria. The City of Yarra through the Annual Grants program and the Abbotsford Convent Foundation.