Galleries after dark

Take a tour through the streets of Chippendale, where galleries are throwing open their doors for BEAMS with special late night viewing hours!

5:00pm – 8:00pm
The Japan Foundation
Textile Exhibition:
Somé: Dyeing the Australian environment – Melinda Heal
CENTRAL PARK LIVING MALL

5:00pm – 10:00pm
aMBUSH Gallery
Put It On Wax
CENTRAL PARK LIVING MALL

6:00pm – 10:00pm
Lord Gladstone Hotel
Presented by Goodspace
Collaborative Projection & Mural
REGENT ST

5:00pm – 8:00pm
Harrington Street Gallery
An Attitude of the Heart – Serene Attentiveness or Empty Consumerism
MEAGHER ST

5:00pm – 10:00pm
Kensington Contemporary 2
‘Reverie’ – A Place to Contemplate
Rachel Wells
KENSINGTON ST

5:00pm – 10:00pm
MOP Projects
Bronwen Williams
ABERCROMBIE ST

5:00pm – 10:00pm
Galerie Pompom
Kathy Cavaliere: Photographs and Drawings
ABERCROMBIE ST

5.00pm – 10.00pm
Iniquitous Gallery
Works by Willow
REGENT ST

Artist talk: Bronwen Williams in conversation with David Scott
Saturday 17 September at 6.30pm, MOP Projects

Bronwen Williams, current exhibiting artist at MOP Projects, will discuss her exhibition Vox Dissonus with David Scott (Macquarie University).

Bronwen Williams investigates the nuances of cross-cultural living through experimental sound sculpture and installation. Her inter-disciplinary practice is an ongoing examination into her hybrid cultural identity. Through a re-imagining of visual and sonic elements, Williams explores the potential destabilisation of Eurocentricity in the Australian cultural landscape.

Bronwen Williams is a current Masters of Fine Arts (Research) candidate at UNSW Art & Design after completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in 2015. She has exhibited in group shows at various galleries across Sydney. Williams has previously collaborated on projects with artist Paul Gazzola and Paul Granjon as part of the ISEA in 2013 and co-curated the NOW now festival 2016 alongside Clayton Thomas, Julia Reidy, Jon Hunter, Brooke Olsen and Del Lumanta.

This exhibition has been supported by Macquarie University’s Department of Anthropology in association with David Scott (PhD Candidate).