Still Vast Reserves

Gertrude Contemporary presents Stage Two of the international exchange exhibition Still Vast Reserves. Stage One of Still Vast Reserves was presented at Magazzino d’Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy in September 2009, where Gertrude Contemporary took participating artists to Rome as part of a reciprocal exchange exhibition.

Art Exhibition previously on at Gertrude Contemporary in Australia.
From Friday 30 July 2010 to Saturday 28 August 2010
Launch Friday 30 July 2010, 6.30PM

Regulier, Barneville, 2008 image

Published by anonymous on Tuesday 13 July 2010.
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Stage One of this project was curated in collaboration with Roman Curator Francesco Stocchi, and Stage Two has been developed in collaboration with Paris-based Curator Chris Sharp.

Initially Still Vast Reserves explored ideas of the kinetics of compression, encouraging a sculptural interpretation of the body and the self in relation to architecture. This second exhibition extends and skews these ideas fore grounding interpersonal encounters through the psychosexual and socio-sexual aspects of the body, particularly in relation to urban or civic spaces. The works in this exhibition employ a range of materials and tactics to investigate ideas of the uneasy body, exploring its possibilities for immateriality and metaphor.

Benjamin Armstrong, Christian Capurro, Martin Soto Climent, Alicia Frankovich, Marco Fusinato, Fernanda Gomes, Lou Hubbard, Laresa Kosloff, Jean-Luc Moulène, Tom Nicholson, Stuart Ringholt, Shimabuku

Alexie Glass-Kantor, Emily Cormack, Chris Sharp