CHARLES GREEN and JULIE RRAP have written essays for the book, What is Performance Art? Australian Perspectives. The publication brings together texts from Australia’s most prominent theorists in the field together with major exponents of performance art themselves, creating a critical archive, and dialogue, that stands as central document of Australian performance art’s first fifty years.
ROBERT OWEN, JULIE RRAP and ANNE ZAHALKA are included in the exhibition 'National Art: Part One' at the National Art School Gallery'.
A review of the exhibition, with a photograph of Anne Zahalka standing in front of her work 'Outlawed!' was published in the Sydney Morning Herald yesterday.
Pictured is one of Robert Owen's blind carving sculptures he did at the National Art School from 1958.
The exhibition continues until October 27.
JULIE RRAP is co-curating Critical Bodies at Verge Gallery. The body has been a vehicle for experimentation into all realms of human experience, including emotion, violent action, religious expression, political engagement, gender questions, and medical intervention. This exhibition demonstrates how ‘the body’ continues to provide a rich source of exploration for younger generations of artists.
The exhibition will run until 11 August.
Curators Julie Rrap and Cherine Fahd will give a critique of the exhibition August 11, 1-3pm.
JULIE RRAP and DANI MARTI are in the exhibition Hunter Red: Corpus, at the Newcastle Art Gallery.
The overarching exhibition theme of red is loaded with symbolism and tactile metaphors. The colour also provides audiences with an exploratory experience in the exhibition space with works of art that evoke life, death, blood, reproduction and mortality.
The exhibition opened on 26 May and will continue until 22 July, 2018.
JULIE RRAP'S video work Castaway will be showing at Wangaratta Art Gallery from the 25 November 2017 until 4 February 2018, in the National Gallery of Australia travelling exhibition Light Moves: Contemporary Australian Video Art.
Wangarrata Art Gallery is the final venue venue for the touring exhibition.
Curated by Anne O'Hehir.
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