A continuous flow of fairly aimless movement opened last Thursday evening at La Trobe Art Institute, alongside Punctum Caecum, a solo exhibition from Mici Boxell.
This group exhibition of artwork by La Trobe University Creative Arts Program students, celebrates a very high standard of work and sets a very promising tone for the future of artistic practice in Bendigo. It is a thought-provoking investigation into the spatiality and materiality of time.
Curated by Dr Caroline Wallace and Dr Vincent Alessi, A continuous flow of fairly aimless movement presents works that explore time and space and interrupt, engage with and respond to the architecture of the gallery.
Exhibiting artists include: Edwina Combe, Lisa Guzzardi, Doug Hendry, Jacquelyn Klose, Aedan McKay, Danika Garnet-Rose Tayte, Aleesha Ward and 2nd Year Collaborative.
A continuous flow of fairly aimless movement is on until October 14.