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On The Aussie Telly

Every day until Sun 23 Sep 2018
‘On The Aussie Telly’ is the latest exhibition at aMBUSH Galley – it’s all-new work, but a familiar show…

Twelve emerging artists – all from the millennial generation – have joined together to deliver a group show that can’t take its eyes off the TV!

Delving into the richly nostalgic world of Australian television from the 1990s and early 2000s, these multidisciplinary works give the audience access to memory, desire and a sense of belonging, centred around subject matters we know and love.

Through various mediums, the young artists explore what it’s like to have spent their formative years in an era where lo-fi technology (now largely obsolete) still existed, alongside the rapid rise of the digital world.

The artworks are underpinned by deeply personal, wistful, and often humorous narratives, revisiting imagery from shows like ‘Round the Twist’, ‘Bananas in Pyjamas’ and the legendary film ‘The Castle’, amongst others.

Featured artists include: Kat Chellos (video), Tango Conway (drawing) Eliza Gosse (painting with installation), Holly Greenwood (painting), Anna May Henry (painting on stretched fabric), Alex Latham (painting), Netty (drawing), Skelton & Conway (sculpture), Brad Teodoruk (painting), Alvin Williams (digital drawing and painting), Alex Xerri
(painting) and Christopher Zanko (painted woodcarving).

The opening night event for ‘On The Aussie Telly’ will be held on Thursday, 20 September from 6-9pm at aMBUSH Gallery with complimentary drinks sponsored by Sapporo.

The exhibition will then run from Friday 21 September to Sunday 23 September and is free of charge to the public.
aMBUSH Gallery, 4a James Street, Waterloo

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