Opening Launch: Wednesday 24 July 6-9pm | Exhibition Dates: July 24 - August 10, 2019

Amina McConvell

A Combinatorial Explosion

A Combinatorial Explosion is an installation and mural work which looks at exponential, cascading chain reactions that occur in nuclear explosions. Within the context of this body of work, these chain reactions function as a signifier of a potential global catastrophe; whereby growth occurs too rapidly and decay soon follows. The artist uses geometric conceptualism and abstract forms to convey the stages of the nuclear reaction. The diagrammatic forms are used to create a progressive abstract composition, within which, one form triggers another, and then another, and another in progression. 
This project is proudly supported by the Australia Council for The Arts and Arts NT.


Nada Polski, Fleur Summers, James Healey, Henry Law, David Dellafiora, Susan Hartigan, Gracie Edwards, Richard Harding, Peter Ellis, Chris Deakin, Louise Weaver, Shaun Wilson, Tammy Honey, Michael Vale, Adam Lee, Greg Moncrieff, Fran Van Riemsdyk, Craig Easton, Simon Perry, Joyce Huang, David Thomas, Cat Polski, Adrian De Vries, Shane Hulbert, Tammy Hulbert, James Murnane, Jim Murnane, Kit Wise, Elouise Harper, Bronte Webster, Wilma Tabacco, Charles O’Loughlin, Peter Clarke, Colleen Morris, Peter Hill, David Thomson, Lesley Duxbury, John de la Roche, Lesley O’Gorman, Greg & Davis Fullerton, Kevin White, Max White, Tiffany Parbs, Ron Guy, Kristian Brennan, Ceri Hann, Jason Wade, Benjamin Sheppard, Rhett D’Costa, P J Hickman, Robin Kingston, Harry Hay, Simon Gardam, Paul Compton, Morris Edwards, Malcom Bywaters, Julian Goddard, Ben Harper, Rod Prohasky , Al Outchomsky, Rhonda Watson, John MacKinnon, Stephanie Kam, Gabriel Nielsen, Gracia Haby, Louise Jennison, Jim Ross, Guy Hughes, Raphael Buttonshaw, Nicholas Jones, Enrique Toches, Adam Lee, Andrew Tetzlaff, Tony Garifalakis, Stephen Armstrong, Katie Paine, Andrew Gunnell, Maria Quaremba and others

Museum of Platitudes and Aphorisms

The Museum of Platitudes and Aphorisms project is a series of exhibitions and events that explore how individual artists and audiences explore their thinking about the presence of art in a studio or a gallery environment. It seems that there is a peripheral vision that occurs in all artist’s practices which, once recognised, either avoids or extends the awareness of the role of art and galleries in our lives. The aim of the project is to ask both makers and observers to reflect upon their own values in the experiences of making, encountering and looking at art. The role of the museum or gallery as the psychological architecture used to reflect upon accepted knowledge is also in review.

Felix Atkinson

Soft Trees Break The Fall

Soft trees break the fall is the latest body of work from Naarm-based artist, Felix Atkinson. Made over a period of great uncertainty snd instability, this body of work reflects the artists’ concerns with vulnerability, intimacy, trauma and memory  Read together with the title of the exhibition, the paintings carry within them the bittersweet realisation of the ephemeral nature of all things.