CAM Opening Event | Terrace Projection: Jesse Boylan and Orbit: Tara Gilbee

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CAM Opening Event | Terrace Projection: Jesse Boylan and Orbit: Tara Gilbee

CAM invites you to celebrate the launch of our latest Terrace Projection and, inside the gallery, the opening of a new Orbit exhibition.

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Castlemaine Art Museum 14 Lyttleton Street Castlemaine, VIC 3450 Australia

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  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Please join us at the gallery on Friday 3 February, 6pm for the launch of Terrace Projection: Jesse Boylan, At the end of the day, and the opening of Orbit: Tara Gilbee - Ellipses

Drinks and light refreshments provided.

This event is proudly supported by the Australian Government RISE Fund; Besen Family Foundation; Boomtown Wine; and Love Shack Brewing Company.

Terrace Projection: Jesse Boylan, At the end of the day

At the end of the day is a new video work by artist Jesse Boylan who asked staff working in Dhelkaya Health (Castlemaine Health), as well as residents of Pennhall Hostel (Aged Care), about what they think goes unseen in their daily lives and work. In a kind of ‘behind the scenes’ set up, Boylan has created a series of silent video portraits.

Orbit: Tara Gilbee - Ellipses

Ellipses describes both the subject and material process of Gilbee's work. The photographic apparatus and employed processes embody the idea of disturbance, the elliptical framing, with blurred and out-of-focus sections and sharp striations of light breaking through the camera and frame. Historic sites are represented as psychological ‘grey zones’ and connected to contemporary carceral complexes as places of deep trouble.

Image Credit: Jesse Boylan, At the end of the day (Francis), 2023, video still. Courtesy of the artist.