Friday 12 October 12:00am
20 Years of Street Fashion
Thursday 11 October 09:00am
Image: Damon Moon, Slip-cast altered Skittles (detail), 2018. unglazed low-fired stoneware, 40 x 14cm approx. Photograph: Anna Fennech
Tuesday 18 September 12:00am
The Emerging Curators Program has been established to provide a mentoring experience for new curators to conceive, develop and produce an exhibition of their own choosing with the guidance and assistance of the Institute’s curatorial team and professional staff.The Program is application based and the inaugural participant is recent RMIT graduate Brigid Hansen.
Tuesday 18 September 12:00am
Chart Form celebrates a data aesthetic and a systems language. Presenting the work of four artists whose work evokes flow charts and process maps, the exhibition offers ways of understanding implied meaning generated by formalist tropes.
Tuesday 24 July 12:00am
Antonia Sellbach James Little Katie Paine Michael Georgetti Paul Kaptein Ross Taylor
Tuesday 29 May 12:00am
Drawn from the collections of La Trobe University, Miwatj presents the work of five highly respected senior Yolngu leaders: Birrikitji Gumana (c.1898-1982), Dr Gumana AO (c.1935-2016), Mithinarri Gurruwiwi (c.1929-1976), Narritjin Maymuru (c.1916-1981) and Wandjuk Marika OBE (c.1927-1987). These senior men were highly respected community leaders and embraced the act of painting as a means of communicating Yolngu culture with non-Yolngu people.
Tuesday 03 April 12:00am
Collaboratory is a series of exhibitions that reflects on the nature of collective endeavour. It offers a way of understanding the relationships inherent in working partnerships, the impact of such practices on medium and process, and the ways in which audiences are engaged.
Thursday 08 February 05:30pm
Agatha Gothe- Snape, Carolyn Eskdale, Helen Grogan, Jessie Bullivant, Shannon Lyons. The gallery is more than a frame. More than an architectural setting. In Infrastructuralism, five artists produce and deliver work that ingratiates itself inside the physical system of the gallery. The exhibition exposes the hidden, neglected or secretive support structures that serve as platforms for the presentation of art objects. Presented across all spaces at LAI, the artworks marry humour with material awareness in a playful incursion into the nature of our cultural organisations. All the various facets that go into making up architecture, display, function and administration are brought into play.
Thursday 08 February 06:15pm
Throughout history, artists have been active participants in key social and political debates. Pablo Picasso's Guernica is one of the greatest paintings to protest the brutality of war.
Tuesday 06 February 12:00am
A fusion of process, presentation and form.
Thursday 18 January 05:30pm
Join 2016 Georges Mora Fellow, James Geurts as we celebrate the closing days of his exhibition Seismic Field at La Trobe Art Institute. During his LAI residency, Geurts initiated a dialogue between the LAI and the dynamics of the underlying earth, examining the relationship between geophysical forms and consciousness. The works are abstract measuring propositions, exploring these forces physically and symbolically. Geurts intervenes the processes of scanning and polaroid photography as site actions, letting weather, temperature, force and the pulse of the body disrupt the form and colour field, blurring the lines between geology and technological praxis. The works investigate seismic phenomena and cultural context, amplifying perceptual and physical thresholds of what is, literally, below our feet. Image: James Geurts' Seismic Field at La Trobe Art Institute. Photograph: Ian Hill, 2017.
Thursday 07 December 10:00am
Seismic Field examines the relationship between geophysical forms and consciousness, initiating a dialogue between the La Trobe Art Institute and the dynamics of the underlying earth.
Thursday 02 November 05:30pm
Saturday 21 October 12:00am
Exhibition of selection of artwork from the La Trobe University Collections