Tag: Verge Gallery

The Fullness of Time

JD Reforma & Caroline Garcia

By June Miskell — 11 December, 2019

This text is in dialogue with Caroline Garcia and JD Reforma’s collaborative exhibition The Fullness of Time at Verge Gallery. The exhibition explores the way time is recorded in materials and language through two distinct, yet interrelated, approaches: a choreography of transliteration, oscillating between Tagalog and English (Garcia), and an accretion of gestures and distilled…

November

By Naomi Riddle — 29 November, 2019

‘Data is the new big ‘cheap thing’—the new commodity class that is emerging to reshape the world and provide a new arena for accumulation and enclosure.’ Kelly Pendergrast, ‘The Next Big Cheap’, Real Life (2019) ‘We were lost in a language of images. It was growing difficult to speak. Yet talk Was everywhere.’ Ariana Reines,…

Independent Curating:

A written response

By Nanette Orly — 14 June, 2019

Independent Curating // Challenges, Concepts + Collabs was developed to share real-life experiences from a variety of independent curators, based in both Sydney and Melbourne, with an audience of curatorial students, emerging curators and other interested parties. Panellists included: Tahjee Moar, Tian Zhang, Kōtare, Sebastian Henry-Jones, Maeve Parker, Consuelo Cavaniglia, Andy Butler and Talia Smith….

Writing with/about Desire

Running Dog at Verge

By Naomi Riddle — 22 May, 2019

This is an audio recording of the panel discussion from Writing with/about Desire, the second of four public events in partnership with Verge Gallery. Writing with/about Desire brought together Enoch Mailangi, Loc Nguyen, and Athena Thebus, in conversation with Em Size. The night gave each artist the opportunity to share excerpts of their work, before…

Survival of the Critic

Running Dog at Verge

By Naomi Riddle — 2 April, 2019

This is an audio recording of Survival of the Critic, the first of four public events in partnership with Verge Gallery.  Featuring Lauren Carroll Harris and Neha Kale in conversation with Running Dog‘s founding editor, Naomi Riddle, Survival of the Critic tackled the thorny issues surrounding arts criticism in 2019.   Further event details can…