Event Courtney Coombs and Daniel McKewen

Courtney Coombs and Daniel McKewen

IMA Belltower Exhibition Opening

09 November 2019
5–7pm

After an open call for applications across Queensland, Courtney Coombs and Daniel McKewen have been selected to exhibit as part of the IMA Belltower program.

Join us for the opening of Field of Vision, an exhibition of new works by Courtney Coombs at IMA Belltower at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts. The exhibition engages with the horizon as a starting point, and a metaphor, for discussing the human condition—specifically connection, disconnection, and longing.

Daniel McKewen’s work Promissory Estoppel will be projected onto the façade of the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts as a temporary public artwork. The work draws on his investigations into the intersections of contemporary art, popular culture, economics, politics, and screen-based mass media.

Both projects will be officially opened with a Welcome to Country at 5.30pm, with McKewen’s projection visible from approx. 6.15pm.

  • Partner:

    IMA Belltower at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and this exhibition and artwork projection opportunity is generously supported by The Cove, Newstead.

Courtney Coombs, 'Field of Vision (testing)', 2019, digital image. Courtesy the artist.

Related Exhibition

Courtney Coombs

Field of Vision

09 Nov–08 Feb 2020

Daniel McKewen

Promissory Estoppel

09 Nov–08 Feb 2020

Similar Events

06 May 201706 May 2017

Céline Condorelli and Material Politics

Double Opening

09 February 201909 Feb 2019

Dale Harding and Ana Mendieta

Double Exhibition Opening

09 August 201409 Aug 2014

Stuart Ringholt: Kraft

Opening

10 September 201610 Sep 2016

Green Screen: Judy Watson

Opening

11 October 201411 Oct 2014

Sarah Browne & Mierle Laderman Ukeles

Double Opening

22 June 201922 Jun 2019

IMA Belltower Launch

Mandy Quadrio and Sebastian Moody

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands where the IMA now stands. We pay our respect to Elders past, present, and emerging.

0