Crocodility

Crocodility is an ancient term for the deliberate use of unsound reasoning, derived from an enduring logic problem known as the Crocodile Paradox. Giving visual form to what is usually a literary device, this exhibition brings together a selection of paintings, sculptures, videos and new media works that reflect the slippery characteristics that we associate with the paradoxical.

Art Exhibition previously on at Bundoora Homestead Art Centre in Other Metro Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 03 May 2018 to Sunday 17 June 2018
Launch Saturday 19 May 2018, 2–4pm

 Pearl Diving for Wyrms (video still) 2017  HD video and stereo sound  10:12min  Courtesy of the artist image

Published by Bundoora Homestead Art Centre on Wednesday 02 May 2018.
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By examining the presence of circularity, contradiction, the absurd and dream logic in these artworks, the exhibition considers the role that paradox plays in the making and understanding of contemporary art.

EXHIBITION OPENING
Help celebrate Crocodility and the exhibition One on One. To be opened by Amelia Winata, Independent Writer and Curator.
WHEN Saturday 19 May | 2–4pm
COST Free | includes refreshments
BOOKINGS not required

The artists include: Dord Burrough, Ann Debono, Nicholas Ives, Tomasz Kobialka, Dan Moynihan, Aaron Christopher Rees and Marian Tubbs. Curated by Boe-lin Bastian.

IMAGE CREDIT:
Tomasz Kobialka
Pearl Diving for Wyrms (video still) 2017
HD video and stereo sound
10:12min
Courtesy of the artist