Artists at 107

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Livin’ the Dream Exhibition Documentation by Campbell Henderson 7 Jun 2017 – 18 Jun 2017 Livin’ the Dream is a surreal collection of contemporary ceramic installations. Each, in their own way, examine the mystifying logic and tactile sensations of the subconscious. Dreams of food are suddenly alive with… Read More

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An update from Christine Davey winner of The New Plot 2016 Words by Christine Daveys In April this year, Christine was awarded The New Plot playwriting award for her short work, The Last Tiger. As part of the prize, she is currently undertaking a 4 week residency at Bundanon Trust to develop… Read More

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Redfern End of Days Exhibition Documentation by Campbell Henderson Redfern End of Days was an exhibition of paintings by James Stephenson held from 10th May 2017 – 21st May 2017. Redfern End Of Days is a series of plein air paintings depicting the life of the Redfern Aboriginal Tent Embassy,… Read More

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Shit Talk / Real Talk 13 April – 30 April 2017107 Window Box The 107 Window Box curators believe that art should exist as a dynamic part of its local social ecosystem. Ariel Ruby’s practice explores a range of materials and subjects, often employing ethnographic strategies to… Read More

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Lachlan Herd’s Bioshperes  Words Sean MaroneyImage Andrew Perić The NOW now is a semi-regular festival of experimental and Lachlan Herd’s work, Biospheres, is in the window box until Sunday, April 9th. Sydney’s CBD sparkles with cash and its suburbs abound in red-bricked gold. It is a city narcissistically obsessed… Read More

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Blak Mirror  Blak Mirror was curated by Jason Wing, a Sydney-based artist who strongly identifies with his Chinese and Aboriginal heritage. Exhibition Dates: 18 Jan 2017 – 29 Jan 2017 Blak Mirror was an exhibition featuring emerging, early career, regional, local and interstate multidisciplinary artists reflecting their view of Australian society… Read More

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The Interview: Jason Wing Not a curator, a collector of people. Words Amy Willing To celebrate the opening of our first exhibition for 2017, Blak Mirror, we sat down with its curator, Jason Wing, to talk about life, his influences, and what he has learnt in the process. Blak Mirror is the culmination of… Read More

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The Interview:  Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda Words Amy WillingImages James Harney James Harney is the designer behind Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda, the stage backdrop for the opera of the same name. It is currently on show in the gallery until December 21. James is also a resident artist at 107. Read More

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Rare Breed Weekend Words Gale EdwardsImage Ben AdorjaniAs featured in The Australian on Tuesday 1st October. Mountain Goat Brewery and 107 Projects presented a weekend that celebrated ideas and creative risks. It featured Electrofringe and Dear Pluto’s Rare Craft Market, presenting craft defined through different materials, platforms and perspectives. It ran from 22… Read More

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ACA & 107 finally launch the new plot Words Gale EdwardsImage Ben AdorjaniAs featured in The Australian on Tuesday 1st October. The launch of The New Plot saw ACA Graduates perform in front of an all star panel and a VIP audience. From the left: Jess Cook (Managing Director 107 Projects), Dean Carey… Read More

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Review:  Brainchild Words Sam BaranImages Courtesy of the Artists Brainchild is showing tonight, tomorrow & Sunday (September 23 – 25), 7pm. Tickets are $20/25 and available here or on the door. Brainchild consists of two contemporary dance pieces, split into acts and set in the intimate upstairs theatre space of 107 Projects. Read More

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The Interview:  Andrew Grant The artist & volunteer Words Amy Willing If you’ve ever visited us over the weekend, you might have said g’day to Andrew Grant. In 2013, Andrew held his first group show at 107, and he’s been volunteering behind the gallery desk ever since.If you follow him on … Read More