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Art as a Verb

Public Program: Floortalk
 
Floortalk with Francis E. Parker, Curator, Monash University Museum of Art
 
Saturday 21 Feb 2015, 2pm
 
Flinders Unversity City Gallery
State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide
T 08 8207 7055 | E city.gallery@flinders.edu.au 
 
Image: Christian Thoompson, Desert Slippers, 2006, video, 34 seconds, courtesy the artist

 

Public Program: Thai Lunch
 
Rirkrit Tiravanija first served Thai food to visitors at the opening of his solo exhibition at the Paula Allen Gallery in New York in 1990. His work Untitled (lunch box) disrupts the usual art viewing experience by introducing the smells and noises of eating and talking into the gallery.

During the course of the exhibition, a Thai lunch will periodically be served to visitors. The meal is non-vegetarian and contains nuts.
 
BOOKED OUT

Fri 27 Feb, 12pm | Fri 13 Mar, 12pm | Fri 27 Mar, 12pm | Fri 10 Apr, 12pm
 
Flinders Unversity City Gallery
State Library of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide
T 08 8207 7055 | E city.gallery@flinders.edu.au
 
Image: Anastasia Klose, The Kiss Part 3 (detail), 2011, digital print, courtesy the artist and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

 

Public Program: Lecture
 

More on art is not a verb

Guest speaker:
Donald Brook
Emeritus Professor Visual Arts, Flinders University
 
Thursday 19 March 2015, 5-6pm
Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building
(cnr North Terrace & Kintore Ave)
 
RSVP Friday 13 March 2015
T 8207 7055 E city.gallery@flinders.edu.au
 
Art is a Verb is on show at Flinders University City Gallery until 26 April. The gallery will remain open until 5pm prior to the lecture.
 
Image: Philip Gerner, Jam of your life, May 1976, c-print photograph printed from 35mm slides documenting the performance at the Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, Flinders University Art Museum 759, courtesy the artist

Now Showing @ City Gallery

 

Art as a Verb

14 February - 26 April 2015

 


Anastasia Klose
The Kiss Part 3 (detail), 2011
digital print
courtesy the artist and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne
Photo: Ian Macrae

 

 

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