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  • Seymour, Aaron (UTS Gallery, 2010-08-03)
    Design disciplines are often thought of in terms of their material output: architects make buildings, industrial designers products, fashion designers clothes. For visual communicators this pairing is seen to be with ...
  • Sivanesen, Haema (UTS Gallery, 2010-09-14)
    The grids of portraits in Salloum and Alis’ installation intrigue me, as they represent encounters – however fleeting – that are not unlike my encounter with Mohammed. Encounters with strangers who disarm you. Strangers ...
  • Norris, Yolande (UTS Gallery, 2011-03-08)
    Natural Digression brings together seven artists from a variety of disciplines, who all share an interest in the notions, tools and conventions of the rational sciences. The exhibition title plays upon a Eurocentric ...
  • Twenty/20 
    Clark-Coolee, Bronwyn (UTS Gallery, 2010-03-09)
    Twenty/20 presents a sampler of twenty artists with quite different practices and philosophies who have shown in MOP Projects over the past six years. Artists include: Gemma Smith, Julie Fragar, Ron Adams, David Griggs, ...
  • Qureshi, Nusra Latif.; Sandrasegar, Sangeeta.; Nadeem, Henna.; Raja, Sabeen.; Rana, Naeem.; Qayyum, Tazeen.; Natalwala, Hitesh.; Rehman, Amin.; Toor, Alia.; Abbas, Hamra.; Ali, Khadim. (2008-12-10)
    The exhibition, Urban Myths & Modern Fables brings together the work of eleven artists of Indian and Pakistani background, working in the international diaspora. Drawing on the notion of a myth, a perpetuating narrative ...
  • Muller, Lizzie (UTS Gallery, 2010-11-09)
    This exhibition is both “X” for experimental design, and “X”, for cross-fertilisation, cross-species collaboration and crossdisciplinary exploration. It presents an array of Jeremijenko’s inventions, prescriptions, ...
  • Terrieux, Marie (UTS Gallery, 2010)
    '幕Mu:Screen – three generations of Chinese video art' provides a historical overview of these practices, including work from 1991 to 2010. It presents eight artists who use video, animation or film – continuously challenging ...