Event Agatha Gothe-Snape and Wrong Solo: 'Certain Situations'

Agatha Gothe-Snape and Wrong Solo: 'Certain Situations'

Exhibition Opening

29 June 2019
5–8pm

This solo-exhibition, Certain Situations, brings together a number of energetic strands of Australian artist Agatha Gothe-Snape’s practice: visual and spatial interventions, score-based improvisation, and collaboration. Text, sculpture, moving image, and performance are organised in into a series of ambient spaces that merge with the artist’s internal monologues, producing a kind of psychic architecture. Acknowledging the performative interplay between audience and exhibition, visitors are choreographed by the spaces and objects they encounter.

The exhibition centres around Five Columns, a five-channel video installation by Wrong Solo—Gothe-Snape’s longstanding collaboration with performance artist Brian Fuata. This new work is supported by the IMA in partnership with Monash University Museum of Art, MUMA, and is accompanied by a series of performative, social, and spatial interventions into the gallery.

At 5pm join Wrong Solo (Agatha Gothe-Snape & Brian Fuata) in conversation with Sarah Rodigari, Brooke Stamp, and Lizzie Thomson, collaborators on the new work Five Columns.

Agatha Gothe-Snape exhibits courtesy of The Commercial, Sydney. Five Columns by Wrong Solo was co-commissioned by IMA and MUMA and created with an Australia Council for the Arts New Work Grant.

Wrong Solo, ‘THE GUEST HOUSE’, 2017, performance documentation, Gwangju Biennale, 12 June 2017. Photo: Lee Seung Min. Courtesy of artists and the Gwangju Biennale.

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