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Kings Artist-Run provides a location for contemporary art practice, supporting distinctive experimental projects by artists at all stages of their careers.
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KINGS Artist-Run acknowledges the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we operate.

We offer our respect to Elders both past and present and extend this offer to all Australian First Nations people.

FLASHnight: FIX004

Anothy Carr
April Chandler
Ev Pohl
Fiz Eustance
Giulia Kelly
Helena Xuereb
Hugo Hall
Jack Collee
Jennifer Valender
Joseph Dogget-Wiliams
Julian Corner Kleine
Juliet Fraser
Klari Agar
Lisa Radford
Louis Ryan
Luke Gerrard
Rachel Button
Sarah Su
Scotty So
Skye Malu Baker
Sophie Cleaver
Tim Hassel
Veronica Charmont
Wiliam Humble
Yundi Wang


18 November 2019–18 November 2019

FiX is a fluctuating collective of artists whom are either VCA students, alumni or connected artists.

FiX is a collaborative collective motivated by the untapped potential of contemporary performance.

FiX invites both emerging and established artists to showcase any form of performance-based work, providing a flexible ethos within a fixed time-frame and location.

FiX 004 is a KINGS FLASH NIGHT intervention inviting artists trial, construct, recite and purge.

FiX has previously been hosted by Buxton Contemporary, MPavillion and ARTSPACE, VCA.

 

FIX004 Includes work by:

Giulia Kelly, Sophie Cleaver, Ev Pohl, Yundi Wang, Lisa Radford, Jennifer Valender, April Chandler, Klari Agar, Scotty So, Fiz Eustance, Luke Gerrard, Jack Collee, Julian Corner Kleine, Juliet Fraser, Helena Xuereb, Rachel Button, Veronica Charmont, Joseph Dogget-Wiliams, Skye Baker, Louis Ryan, Wiliam Humble, Tim Hassel, Anothy Carr, Sarah Su, Hugo Hall

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  • Giulia’s practice explores the significance of digital media as an artistic medium, through the construction of virtual worlds. Environments are synthesised to create a resurrected nature that is more than nature itself. Grasping onto the brief moments of existence between technological highpoints and swift redundancies, these artwork videos invoke a cyclical experience of digital nostalgia, caught in the virtual dreamscape of a screensaver, destined to repeat and remain idle.
  • Rachel Button is an artist based in Brunswick, working on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri people. Her art lies somewhere between a school play and a science diorama. Oscillating between painting, sculpture, collage and video, Rachel produces work that considers the poetry of the everyday in relationship to work and capital, technology, evolution and image making. She graduated from VCA Painting in 2019.
  • Skye Malu Baker is a painter and object maker currently based in Naarm/Melbourne. Influenced by fragments of cultural histories, the temporal slipperiness of the autobiographical and the active properties of the technologies and materials with which she collaborates, her practice is curious about unstable, inconsistent narratives, and their potential to make way for the poetic and unsayable. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at Victoria College of the Arts in 2020, and has since shown at C A V E S, Blindside, Trocadero, and George Paton Gallery.
  • Veronica Charmont is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Naarm/Melbourne, who primarily works with film and photography. By welcoming chance and coincidence, she captures subtle narratives and connections that emanate from being alive. Through her camera she documents the intricate nature of these narratives, intertwining memory, time and history. Veronica completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2022. She recently has exhibited at the Fiona and Sydney Myer Gallery, Sawtooth Ari, Sheffer Gallery, and Blindside, and was the recipient of the 2019 Majlis Travelling Scholarship.
  • Yundi Wang makes moving images from self-collected footage (largely). She is interested in morality and perspectives. Although manipulation can be fun and challenging, she is more driven by seeing things as what it is. You can contact her via email at Lydiafromouterspace@gmail.com