Irene Rose is pleased to present 'inside voice harvester' a group exhibition organised by Spencer Lai.
Opening Reception: Tuesday 27th February 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Exhibition Dates: 28th of February - 24th of March
'Inside voice harvester'
Liz Magic Laser
Tim Bučković (b. 1989) currently lives and works in Melbourne. He has studied painting at Monash University, Victorian College of the Arts and the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. Bučković has exhibited in galleries in Melbourne and interstate. Selected solo and group exhibitions include 1536, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne 2017 (s); Tim Bučković & Jethro Harcourt, Fontanelle, Adelaide 2016 (g); Rundgang, Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany 2016 (g); Pestilent Unground; Epidemic Openness, STATION, Melbourne 2015 (g); Ground-, Bus Projects, Melbourne 2015 (s). His paintings are included in private collections in Australia, Germany, Switzerland and U.S.A.
Guy Church (b. ca. 1955 Wisconsin, U.S.A) lives and works in Memphis, Tennessee. Inspired by his love of the history of Western painting, Church began to make drawings in 1986. Church's drawings almost exclusively depict scenes of young people involved in domestic activities, often in solitude. The pictures portray familiar scenes with fabular import. Church has stated "I like the subject of people and what they do. I pretty much just try to invent a face that looks like the person in the story I have in my mind. I ask myself, 'What is she thinking about?' Well that's kind of up to the viewer, I guess. She's not a real person. She's a picture."
Recent solo exhibitions include All Things Great and Small at Good Weather (Arkansas, 2017); The Inside Circle at Tops Gallery (Memphis, 2016). Selected group shows include Gest's Candle at Kimberly-Klark (NYC, 2016); ATLBNL at Atlanta Contemporary. Church’s drawings were also exhibited at the Outsider Art Fair in New York in January of 2018. His work is in the public collections of the Brooks Museum (Memphis, Tennessee) and the Bradbury Museum (Jonesboro, Arkansas).
Rebecca Joseph is a Melbourne based artist. Her work has been featured in UN Magazine and exhibited at TCB, Gertrude Glasshouse and Punk Café.
Liz Magic Laser (b. 1981, New York, U.S.A) is a video and performance artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Her videos and performances intervene in semi-public spaces such as bank vestibules, movie theaters and newsrooms, and have involved collaborations with actors, surgeons, political strategists and motorcycle gang members. She earned a BA from Wesleyan University (2003) and an MFA from Columbia University (2008).
Her work has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Kunstverein Göttingen, Germany (2016); Mercer Union, Toronto (2015); Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam, the Netherlands (2015); Various Small Fires, Los Angeles (2015). Her work has also been shown at Swiss Institute (2016); Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland (2016); The Whitney Museum of American Art (2015); Le Mouvement: 12th Swiss Sculpture Exhibition ESS SPA (2014). Laser has upcoming solo shows at CAC Brétigny (France) and Jupiter Artland (Scotland) in May, 2017.
Kate Meakin is a Narmm/Melbourne based artist & co-facilitator of the website recess.net.au. Recent exhibitions include Howl Sounds Best In a Hole, Gertrude Contemporary – Studio 3; Recess presents, Film Screening at Green Papaya Art Projects, Manila, Philippines; Endless Circulation: TarraWarra Biennale, TarraWarra Museum of Art; Mons, Knulps, Sydney; Time is somewhere else, in collaboration with HB Peace, Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art.
Elizabeth Newman (b.1962) is an artist who lives in Melbourne.
Victoria Todorov (b. 1992) is an artist currently residing in Melbourne, living a reclusive lifestyle. She has recently had her work featured at Punk Café.
Michelle Uckotter (b. 1992, Cincinnati, U.S.A) lives and works in Baltimore, USA. She completed her BFA from MICA. Recent exhibitions include Sinkhole Project (Baltimore, 2017) and St. Charles Project.
She has an upcoming exhibition at The Chris White Gallery in Delaware and at Bermuda Project in St. Louis.