Juan Ford , phase 2, 2001 Oil and engraving on aluminium 2400 x 1200mm, 1200 x 1200mm. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    David Harley Being, 2001 Computer generated image, inkjet print Size variable, proportions square.Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    Chris Bond Glacier with amendments, 2001 Oil on linen, wire fabric and wood 200 x 240mm. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    Stephen Haley Echohouse (Blue Glass), 2001 Lightjet photographic print 900 x 1200mm. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    Mark Galea New and improved, structurally enhanced, revised millennium edition, do-it-yourself title, 2001 Synthetic polymer paint on acrylic sheet 48 panels, 500 x 500mm each. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    Wang Zhiyuan Underpants Series, 2001 MDF, acrylic oil base Dimensions variable, 10 pieces. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    Judith Duquemin Frog Vision (detail), 2001. inkjet transparencies, five aluminium light display units each 550 x 550mm. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.
    Juan Ford , phase 2 (detail), 2001 Oil and engraving on aluminium 2400 x 1200mm, 1200 x 1200mm. Exhibited at RMIT Gallery as a part of the Glacier exhibition.

Exhibitions

Glacier

12 Sep 2001 -
19 Oct 2001

RMIT Gallery
Melbourne VIC
Australia

Free

Suzanne Davies and Darren Wardle

Glacier is an exhibition that presents a range imaginative ways contemporary artists are exploring new possibilities for painting such as using technology to explode traditional boundaries.  The artist’s apply variable tools, including digital technology, photography and light to the traditional craft of painting.

 

Carmen Soraya creates a computer generated colour room and Kieran Kinney an extravagant photorealist five metre panoramic painting of a make-believe Gold Coast. Glacier artists celebrate the experiences of their lives in terms of the places they occupy and the ideas and issues they believe in.

 

Glacier presents the work of seventeen artists from around Australia: Chris Bond, Judith Duquemin, Craig Easton, Claire Firth – Smith, Juan Ford, Mark Galea, Helga Groves, Stephen Haley, David Harley, Kieran Kinney, Amanda Marburg, Mark Misic, Nuha Saad, Carmen Soraya, Darren Wardle, Irene Wellm and Wang Zhiyuan.