Online exhibition coming soon
Danie Mellor’s new suite of paintings A History of Images provide an intimate glimpse into a pictorial past, a collection of experiences that lie in archival memory beyond our tangible reach.
Image: DANIE MELLOR Promises 2021, acrylic on board with gesso and iridescent wash, 40.5 x 30.4 cm
9 September – 2 October 2021
Caroline Rothwell’s Bloom Lab evolves from her recent digital project Infinite Herbarium which launched concurrently at Museum of Contemporary Art as part of The National 2021: New Australian Art (26 March – 22 August 2021) and at The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney (26 March to 31 August 2021).
Made in collaboration with Google Creative Lab in Sydney, Infinite Herbarium, is a series of six, 28 minute HD video works, featuring a score by Theodore Wohng.
Each video was created using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine-learning processes, drawing on data-sets of imagery from the open-source Biodiversity Heritage Library as well as a series of recently photographed plants.
The Bloom Lab exhibition comprises the Infinite Herbarium six-video installation, along with companion works: three suspended sculptures, and paintings that have also drawn their forms from her hybrid digital archive.
Rothwell’s practice often responds to archival material in museums, public collections and journals, and here she takes primary research to a bold and innovative new digital artistic space.
Image: Caroline Rothwell Bloom Lab. Installation image by Tina Douglas.
Friday 3 September 2021
While Melbourne’s COVID-19 lockdown continues, Tolarno Galleries remains temporarily closed.
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Image: Bill Henson Untitled 2001-2021, CL-SH441-N17G, archival inkjet pigment print, 180 x 127 cm