Curator Renee Cosgrave

01 Nov 21 - 01 Nov 21
Two hands on a white wall

We explores emerging contemporary artists with studios in the Darebin municipality. These artists have diverse practices that critically engage with installation, site, sound, video, performance, text, photography, painting and sculpture. They have studios in Northcote and Preston at Artery Cooperative, Beaconsfield Parade Studios, Arts Project Australia and Gertrude Contemporary. Featuring: Julian Aubrey Smith, Beth Caird, Georgina Criddle, Saskia Doherty, Briony Galligan, Jethro Harcourt, Rosie Isaac, Warren O’Brien and Lucreccia Quintanilla. Curated by Renee Cosgrave


Curator, Renee Cosgrave says “Bundoora Homestead Art Centre is excited to present work by nine emerging local artists. Each artist has a diverse approach to art practice. I’m interested to see how they interact with the space at Bundoora Homestead for the first time.”

Exhibiting Artist, Julian Aubrey Smith says “My studio is based in Northcote, my works are predominantly concerned with playing with the constraints and freedoms inherent in Still-Life painting. Bundoora Homestead is an unusual space and this exhibition presents an exciting opportunity for my artwork to reach new audiences.”



Briony Galligan, Nothing incarnadine (detail), 2016,

Teak hands made in collaboration with Lejar Budiharjo from Carving Arts Studio in Jogja Calling, 4A Centre for Contemporary Art, Sydney. Photo: Document Photography