APE (Bernard Avantin) | Agnes Durbet | Mia Bencun | Louise Bradley
Mark Cypher | Surface//Cast | Jac Dyson | Diana Galimzyanova | Olga Guse
Jason Haggerty | John L. Hammer | Erin Laurel Hayhow | Henriette Hellstern
Ana Karkar | Lita Poliakova | Eden Mitsenmacher | Naween Noppakun
Leyla Rodriguez | Lily Rosina | Dream Safarii | Joe Winograd | Amanda Wolf
Curated by Ursula Cooper
View the online catalogue: https://www.fluxkunst.com/colourful-chaos/
What happens when a pixel gets so large it takes up the entire screen? What happens when you’re so insecure that you need a constantly nodding hat to gratify you with affirmation? Is the peak of popularity linked to online followers? And, why are robots trying to lure me into sex chat? Where is the line between the digital and the real?
This Fluxkunst exhibition, COLOURFUL CHAOS, hosted by The Laundry Artspace in Brisbane, Australia explores the many chaotic implications of colour. Drawing together artists from all over the world, this exhibition features both physical and digital artworks which illicit strong emotional reactions colour.
Artists navigating a something that isn’t tangible to bring you COLOURFUL CHAOS.
Sunday 4 February 2018
6.00pm – 9.00pm
45 Logan Road, Woolloongabba, 4102
FluxKUNST is an initiative founded in 2016 by artists Erin Laurel Hayhow and Ursula Cooper which facilitates a platform for artists to exhibit artists internationally. Exhibiting artist in their own country, this initiative aims to encourage artists to show work across boarders – outside of their country of residence.
Our program consists of exhibitions taking place across Europe, the UK and Australia with a focus on new-media, video, installation and site specific works. FluxKUNST endeavours to actively contribute to the critical dialogue within the contemporary art community and aims to strengthen discussion surrounding emerging experimental art.
The Laundry Artspace is grateful for the support of Brisbane City Councillor for The Gabba Ward, Jonathan Sri, and his office for facilitating our 2018 exhibition program at Communify’s Woolloongabba Substation.
We acknowledge the Turrbal and Jagera people – the custodians and owners of the land on which this exhibition will be held – and their continuing culture and contribution to this region. We pay our respects to Elders – past, present and emerging. Sovereignty never ceded.