Opens 6pm Friday 30 November at Spectrum Project Space

Inhibition is a group project involving ECU postgraduate artists. Each artist will exhibit recent works and/or works in progress. The expressions are translated via diverse media including photography, moving image, painting, performance and installation. The show will also feature the display of an artist-in-residence working in the space.

Art Exhibition previously on at Spectrum Project Space in Perth precinct, Western Australia, Australia.
From Saturday 01 December 2007 to Sunday 16 December 2007
Launch Friday 30 November 2007, 6pm - 8pm

Woman With Fleshy-Footed Petrels image

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Ever wondered what it would be like to have years to explore that dream project? The Inhibition exhibition opens at 6pm, Friday 30th November, inviting you to take a peek at the works-in-progress of higher degrees students from Communications & Contemporary Arts at Edith Cowan University.

Each student’s art develops out of long-term reflection and interrogation of their individual interests. David Prescott-Steed says his arts practice arises from “the idea that self-growth involves risk, as it entails a venture into the unknown”. Exhibition visitors can take similar adventures into concepts as diverse as the body, lack, exile and diaspora, or can consider critiques of popular culture and the politics of vision.

The exhibition, featuring work by Alex Bradley, Chris Donovan, Catherine Gomersall, Daniel Nevin, David Prescott-Steed, Shaharig Shahbazian and Robbie Studsor, includes video projection, photography, and an artist-in-residence for the duration of the exhibition.


Spectrum Project Space
221 Beaufort Street
Northbridge WA 6003

Gallery hours: 2 – 6pm Wed – Sun