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35 Johnston st,
Collingwood
VIC 3066 AUST.

Opening Hours
12–6PM TUE–FRI
10AM–4PM SAT

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Formation Artist Talk

Opening: Saturday 10 August, 7-8pm Dates: 10 August 2013

Featuring curator Christopher Williams-Wynn in conversation with artists Sophie Neate, Sean McKenzie, June Lam, Alice Duncan.

Join us at Bus Projects this Saturday when the artists and curator will be discussing their current exhibition ‘Formation’, which explores memory and its capacity to be represented in form.

‘Formation’ is an index of recollection in which each gallery space is regarded as a site to both recall and create memory. Using the existing fixtures and characteristics that hint at the things that use to be present, the objects and images are a direct response to the space in which they sit.

The relationships between each artist and their work evolve throughout the multifaceted exhibition. The sculptures, photographs, projections and text reflect upon, and become memories of each other. ‘Formation’ explores both personal and collective memory while also considering our inherently limited ability to visualise and verbalise the past.