Curatorial Projects

LEVEL

THIS IS NOT THE WORK
Curated by LEVEL
The Block | QUT Creative Industries Precinct
9-27 September 2014

For the exhibition, THIS IS NOT THE WORK, LEVEL continues their investigation of alternative curatorial methods. Surveying a selection of community-engaged artist projects from different locations around the world, this exhibition has followed the pathways of women-centred social networks in order to initiate further collaboration and conversation. The projects documented in this exhibition are examples of artists working with women and community in challenging and unpredictable ways, demonstrating feminist strategies and a commitment to non-hierarchical and collective structures. As in the past, LEVEL uses the gallery as a conceptual base-camp or frontline rather than a just site of display.


Extended Conversation Pieces

Extended Conversation Pieces
Curated by Rachael Haynes for Boxcopy
MAF Project Rooms – Melbourne Art Fair
13-17 August 2014

Extended Conversation Pieces brings together conversations about art, and conversation as art. The exhibition features collaborative works by six Brisbane emerging artists, Catherine or Kate (Catherine Sagin and Kate Woodcroft), Scott Ferguson (Erika Scott and Brooke Ferguson) and Courtney Coombs and Caitlin Franzmann. These artists engage with ideas of contemporary feminism through processes of dialogue and exchange; exploring subjectivity, humour and intimacy in performance and installation works.


Material Matters 2014

material matters | Brisbane Experimental Art Festival
Curated by Rachael Haynes and Jenna Baldock
Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts
9 August 2014
www.beaf.org.au

The exhibition material matters brings together new works by Amy Commins, Jamie Behrendorff, Grace Kevill-Davies, Zoe Knight, Ruth McConchie and Courtney Pedersen – Brisbane-based artists whose experimental practices engage with materiality in specific ways. These works explore incidental viewpoints, suspended moments, constructed environments, cultural memory and repetitive processes. The artists in the exhibition investigate the temporal in terms of making and experiencing art in various modes – installation, sculpture, video, sound and works on paper. Through these material engagements, the artists question and re-imagine ways of connecting in the contemporary world, drawing together considerations of humour, history, politics, nature and everyday life.


Conversation Pieces

Conversation Pieces
Curated by Rachael Haynes
Boxcopy Contemporary Art Space
8 – 29 March 2014
http://www.boxcopy.org

Opening on International Women’s Day, ‘Conversation Pieces’ presents works by Australian artists Agatha Gothe-Snape, Alex Martinis Roe and Hannah Raisin and new collaborative works by Catherine or Kate, Scott Ferguson (Erika Scott & Brooke Ferguson) and Courtney Coombs & Caitlin Franzmann. These works are generated by physical, verbal or textual dialogues between collaborators, participants or the artist and audience; and spark a conversation about feminist art practice today.


Boxcopy

OFFSITE
Curated by Rachael Haynes, with Amy-Clare McCarthy and Katherine Dionysius
Boxcopy Contemporary Art Space
Friday 10 – Sunday 12 May 2013
http://www.boxcopy.org

For Offsite, Boxcopy is working together with their art neighbours to get out of the gallery and into the streets, to find out just what it is that makes collaboration in this city ‘so different, so appealing’. Offsite brings together five local artist run initiatives and collectives, Accidentally Annie Street, Current Projects, David/David, inbetweenspaces and Level – presenting interventions and projects in various locations in and around Brisbane’s CBD, with the Boxcopy gallery serving as headquarters.


invitational

Invitational
Curated by LEVEL
Sandra Selig – Catherine Brown – Nicola Smith | Rebecca Ross – Simone Hine – Fiona Lee | Elizabeth Willing – Catherine Sagin – Louise Bennett
LEVEL Art Space, 11 Stratton Street Newstead, Brisbane
10 June – 23 July 2010


Studio 11

A program of one night exhibition events in 2003, that explored alternative models of exhibition practice for visual artists and curators, utilising the studio as a presentation space. Featuring 8 curators and over 40 artists from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.