Cut with the kitchen knife

_Cut with the kitchen knife_ surveys the current manifestations of collage in contemporary art; a movement which takes as its starting point the absurdist collages arising from the highly influential Dadist movment of the early twentieth century.

Art Exhibition previously on at Counihan Gallery In Brunswick in Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 05 April 2012 to Sunday 13 May 2012
Launch Thursday 05 April 2012, 6.00-8.00pm

A NETS Touring Exhibition image Stuart Ringholt | Circles passing (detail) 2007 | Collage on paper | 33 x 41cm  image Joan Ross | BBQ this Sunday, BYO, 2011 

Published by Counihan Gallery on Tuesday 27 March 2012.
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Less concerned with addressing the problems of the picture plane, and more those of an existential nature, nine leading contemporary artists traverse the surface, relay absurdisms and reorganise obsessive collections.

The exhibition explores the use of collected mateiral; arranging and reordering as a means of interacting with and shaping how we view the world.

Artist workshop with Deborah Kelly
14 & 15 April 2-5pm (BOOKED OUT!)

Curator’s talk
Saturday 21 April, 2.30pm

Christian Capurro | Simon Evans | Elizabeth Gower | Mandy Gunn | Deborah Kelly | Nicholas Mangan | Stuart Ringholt | Joan Ross | Heather Shimmen

A NETS Victoria touring exhibition curated by Emily Jones