Uneducated presents artworks and projects that are sociological and educational in nature. The exhibit showcases ‘active’ forms of education that are expressed through the arts in the mediums of photography, video, installation, painting and socially-engaged arts.

Art Exhibition previously on at Counihan Gallery In Brunswick in Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 05 September 2014 to Sunday 05 October 2014
Launch Thursday 04 September 2014, 6 - 8 pm

ROOM 13, Caol Primary School, 2005 image Nick Selenitsch, Line Markings, 2010 image

Published by Counihan Gallery on Sunday 17 August 2014.
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Each work explores ideas of society, knowledge and institutional learning and stimulates us to consider our role as spectators. The exhibition reflects an ‘educational turn’ in contemporary art discussions, revealing how Australian artists are responding to this.

Emily Floyd | Annette Krauss (N.L) | Room 13 (U.K) | Tom and Simon Bloor (U.K) | Elizabeth Newman | Antonia Sellbach | Nick Selentisch | Annabelle Kingston | Dan Arps | Lane Cormick | Peter Tyndall | Kym Maxwell | Nathan Gray | Sean Peoples | Anastasia Klose | Dr Peter Hill

Curated by Kym Maxwell

The exhibition also features a series of Public Programs, including a primary school children’s ‘re-hang’ of parts of the exhibition:

Saturday 13 September, 2 – 3.30 pm: Aesthetics, Politics & Education: Schiller and Ranciere, lecture by Sam Cuff Snow, Monash University & Gene Flenady, Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy

Thursday 25 September, 6 – 8 pm: The Role of Cognition & Meta Cognition in Viewing – Nick Selenitsch in conversation with Dan Arps & Peter Tyndall

Saturday 4 October, 2 – 4 pm: Celebration – The re-curation of the exhibition by primary school children in collaboration with Emily Floyd & Kym Maxwell
For more details please see our website.