La Trobe Art Institute is set to unveil two new exhibitions over the coming week.
The Julie Miller Markoff Visual Arts Award supports a La Trobe University creative arts student to develop new work for presentation in a professional solo exhibition. The most recent recipient of the award is Mici Boxell. In her exhibition Punctum Caecum, Boxell presents a series of digital prints that investigate vision, perception, memory and the formation of mental images.
Preparations are also underway for an exhibition curated by Creative Arts Lecturers, Dr Caroline Wallace and Dr Vincent Alessi. Students from La Trobe University’s Creative Arts Program explore concepts of time and space in their presentation of works that will interrupt, engage and respond to the architecture of the gallery.
Punctum Caecum is now open for viewing and will be officially launched alongside A continuous flow of fairly aimless movement on Thursday, September 14.