Image: Caroline Hammat, Lost and Found, 2017, still image, HD video, colour, 16:9, 4.17 mins. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Featuring works by Heath Franco (NSW), Luke Pellen (Mount Gambier) and Caroline Hammat (Millicent).  Inspired by a residency on the Limestone Coast, these video works were developed through a mentorship during 2017, supported by Country Arts SA.  The three videos will show throughout October on the Main Corner Foyer projections after dark.

Tracking

Heath Franco, Luke Pellen & Caroline Hammat

Curated by Eleanor Scicchitano

 

The exhibition will be opened by Soda_Jerk, recipient of the Ian Potter Moving Image Commission 2017.

The artists will be in attendance.

Opens: Friday 6 October, 6:00 – 8:00pm

Runs: October 7 – November 5 (after hours)

RSVP by Wednesday, 5 October to [email protected]

Tracking is supported by

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