Spectrum Spaces, is a new ongoing project taking place across the ECU Mount Lawley campus, providing non-traditional and experimental exhibition spaces for artists and curators.
Spectrum Spaces makes use of underutilised areas around the campus, helping to invigorate the campus experience providing exposure for artists, and the opportunity for the public to engage with the work produced by ECU staff and students.
Each Spectrum Space has a short exhibit turnaround of between one and four weeks, and at the beginning of each month, a Spectrum Spaces map will be published and made available at Spectrum Project Space, listing locations and the artists currently exhibiting.
The current Spectrum Spaces
- Breathing Space
- Glory Hole
- Spectrum Window Space
- The Broom Room
- The Display
- The Film and Video Monitors
- The Hanging Space
- The Nook
- The Photomedia Corridor
- The Photomedia Monitors
- The Spectacle
- The Vitrine
Spectrum Spaces will be expanding to include new areas. If you would like to suggest an area and help to manage bookings please get in touch.
How will people be able to find Spectrum Spaces?
Spectrum Spaces and exhibitions will be listed on a printed map, that will be produced once a month between February and December. These maps will be distributed from Spectrum Project Space and will be available at each Spectrum Space.
I would like to take part, what do I do next?
If you are interested in exhibiting in or curating a Spectrum Space:
Explore the spaces, and work out which one will suit your purposes. You can always share one of the larger spaces (The Breathing Space / Spectrum Window Spaces) with other people, or you can curate a project of your own within them.
- Visit the information page for the space you are interested in
- If you have any questions speak to the booking coordinator of the space
- Complete a project proposal form
- Send it to the coordinator of the space
Bookings are made on a first come first serve basis.
Spectrum Spaces will be expanding to include new areas. If you would like to suggest an area or if you have any questions about the Spectrum Spaces project please speak to Spectrum Spaces Coordinator Lisa Hannaford.