James Carey & Robbie Rowlands
Opening Drinks -Thursday 26 May, 6-8pm
Viewing: 1-4pm, Friday 27 - Sunday 29 May, 2016
365-367 Bell Street
Bellfield, Melbourne, Australia (Between Preston & Heidelberg)
*Parking on Wilkinson Crescent and Skeffington Street
Sighting is an intervention project by artists Robbie Rowlands and James Carey. Surveying the physical history of two soon to be demolished 1960s houses as source material to create artwork, Rowlands and Carey manipulate, reconfigure and remove interior surfaces and found materials to transform our universal understanding of domestic spaces.
Commissioned by surgery directors Heathcote Wright and Nima Pakrou as part of the MCES development in Darebin, this exhibition aims to connect the history of the site, its future potential and the broader community.
Presented by Blackartprojects & Melbourne Comprehensive Eye Surgeons
David Hagger - Blackartprojects
Mob: 0421 990 481 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Images: Shadows fall - Bedroom cut, abandoned house - Robbie Rowlands, 2016 Photo Robbie Rowlands