What do you wish you had said but now it’s too late? A new interactive art exhibition is giving a voice to those unspoken moments.
Justaposition challenges traditional art presentation and installation, playfully exploring the process of art hanging through photography and found objects.
RE-fugue examines the intersection of creative practice and activism. This show highlights how creativity is a form of protest.
A digital project by Richard Li, Spectrum presents Taiji, a Taoist data visualisation through gesture-based gaming technology.
An exhibition exploring the in-between conditions of the body through garment, object, film and performance.
A new exhibition of works at Edith Cowan University’s (ECU’s) Spectrum Project Space is investigating the way in which new media has altered the family archive and how we relate to our precious photographs.
An exhibition by PhD Candidate and artist Sue Girak has given new life to silver-coated copper wire, surgical masks, flywire and plastics that would otherwise be destined for landfill.
inConversation sees more than 50 researchers collaborating in 14 teams at Spectrum Project Space.
Join us for the combined Launch of Research Week and opening celebration of Espresso Self 2014.
The annual Young Originals exhibition at Spectrum Project Space promotes excellence in the visual arts for Western Australian public schools.
Becomings is an exhibition by postgraduate students in the School of Communications and Arts at Edith Cowan University.
The Cuban Connection showcases the creative practices from the Printmaking Studios of Havana, Cuba. These artists share studio spaces, but have developed a diverse array of works and themes.
Translations of Space is an international exhibition that explores phenomenological and aesthetic space.
A fundraising exhibition held in association with Birdlife Western Australia. 43 local artists will be participating with works made in response to an assigned WA threatened or endangered bird.
An exhibition by Daniel Nevin of portrait photographs produced using alternative photographic techniques and exploring Walter Benjamin’s ideas of aura and photography.