Carmel Cosgrove: Uninvited | Sue Marshall: Down the Gurgler | WORKSHOP Zeitgeist Becomes Form | Adam Douglass: Tomahawk
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Melbourne based artist Carmel Cosgrove grapples with issues of private and displaced spaces in her multi media installation Uninvited.
Sue Marshall's latest exhibition Down the Gurgler seeks to capture a female's fascination with what goes on behind the bathroom door, exploring the shaving of facial hair, an everyday ritual for many men.
WORKSHOP Zeitgeist Becomes Form: Design and Fine Art students from Otago Polytechnic, curated by Max Oettli. Otago Polytechnic Art and Design students present a group show of work produced in a workshop with German fashion photographer Ute Mahler at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery. Ute Mahler a professor of photography at the Hamburg Technical University, and director of Berlin photography agency Ostkreuz worked with students during shoots allowing them to receive professional advice at industry standard. Mahler was brought to Dunedin by The Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations in cooperation with the Goethe-Institute for the DPAG'S "Zeitgeist Becomes Form" exhibition of German fashion photography. Thanks to the Dunedin Public Art Gallery, The Goethe-Institute, Institute for Foreign Cultural Relations, Ali Mc B Modelling agency.
Adam Douglass: Tomahawk, 62a George St Dunedin (Down Bath Street, behind Bath St Nightclub) 28 June - 3 July, 11am - 5pm, closed Monday.