Untitled (Photographing II), Inflight ARI, Hobart




2-23 October 2010
Opening 6pm Friday October 1
essay by Rebecca B. Adams - see text
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Kings x Kings, works by and works chosen by the Kings ARI Committee



slapdash
a big love-in
pooling resources
team ARI spirit
nepotism
thrown together
friends
thanks heaps guys
whatever works
risk taking
committment
who cares a lot
filling in gaps
connect the dots
don’t dot the i’s
doesn’t matter anyway
last minute
chaos
loose connections
happy accidents
critical consciousness
flashdance

6-28 August 2010
www.kingsartistrun.com.au





Kings Studio


photograph by Rebecca Adams

Photographing


14 April - 1 May 2010
Opening 4-6pm Saturday 17 April
http://www.trocaderoartspace.com.au/

Photography is not usually associated with the present. Within Williams’ practice, however, photography is insistently concerned with the present as it's subject and drive. Williams works with photography as a reference, researching/photographing/filming/painting/drawing/reconfiguring something of photography. The component works here descend from photographs, are of photographs, and are like a photograph in their referentiality. Although the resultant work is often visually very slow, the processes of image-generation are somewhat brief and active, involving methods of reworking or re-acting, which follow through into the installation of pieces, or configurations, which remain largely undetermined until in the time and place of exhibition. Photographing continues this practice with a new configuration of work in Trocadero’s Gallery Two. 
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Polaroid photographs, digital video, various oil on aluminium

photos: Christian Capurro 2010


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view of Candice Cranmer's Futile Gesture No. 5 (2009)
photograph: Clare Rae/Light Projects