And the Difference Is…

Part of ongoing international exhibition series

And the Difference is... is part of Gertrude Contemporary Art Space’s ongoing international exhibition series - The Independence Project. This exhibition features work by seven Australian and six Singaporean artists and has been scheduled in acknowledgement of the 10th anniversary of the Memorandum of Understanding between Arts Victoria and National Arts Council, Singapore.

Art Exhibition previously on at Gertrude Contemporary in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 22 May 2009 to Saturday 20 June 2009

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Published by anonymous on Wednesday 03 June 2009.
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And the Difference is… is part of Gertrude Contemporary Art Space’s ongoing international exhibition series -The Independence Project. This exhibition features work by seven Australian and six Singaporean artists and has been scheduled in acknowledgement of the 10th anniversary of the Memorandum of Understanding between Arts Victoria and National Arts Council, Singapore. Conceptually, this exhibition explores the human and personal perspectives
that are embedded within agreements such as the Memorandum of Understanding.

Presenting work in a range of media including performance, installation, photography and sculpture the exhibition highlights the way paper agreements remain inanimate and symbolic until actualised through the ambition for genuine exchange and cultural entanglement.

Australian Artists: A Constructed World, Justin Clemens, Gabrielle de Vietri, Danielle Freakley, Simon Pericich, Kiron Robinson, Lani Seligman

Singaporean Artists: Heman Chong, Charles Lim, Matthew Ngui, Noor Effendy Ibrahim, Ming Wong

Curatorium: Heman Chong, Emily Cormack, Jacqueline Doughty, Alexie Glass, Qinyi Lim, Ahmad Mashadi