Ines De Peuter investigates the relationship between the self and its context by creating garments that adapt to the concrete jungle.
Moving together with the fast pace of the city and being constantly on the go, personal space becomes scarce.
‘Bodybuildings’ is a movie forecast that inspires streetwear to soften the hardness of the city.
The garments filter the stimuli of the city by using big volumes that increase the border between the body and its environment. Hoods wrap themselves around the head to isolate the noise, while a surface of grids is adopting the language of the cityscape, forming a guard to block the cities aggression.
Recording Artist Will Powers re-releases her rare music video. There is no other album like Will Powers Dancing for Mental Health. With the support of such legendary musicians like Sting, Steve Winwood, Nile Rogers, Todd Rundgren, Carly Simon, to name a few, Will Powers brings you words and music that will not only make you smile, but make you realize what your smile can do for you.
The Clock is a 24-hour video installation created from thousands of clips of clocks, watches and other references to time from film and television. These are masterfully edited together and synced to the present moment in one mesmerising collage. The result is an epic journey through cinematic history as well as a functioning timepiece.
Minute by minute, hour by hour, hundreds of characters are jolted awake by alarms, run for trains, wait for lovers, or dream strange dreams. Stitched together from 100 years of cinematic history, The Clock gifts audiences the addictive joy of recognising favourite actors or scenes from beloved films, as well as being wildly compelling and dream-like itself.
Since debuting in 2010, The Clock has become one of the most seen and celebrated artworks of our time, winning the Golden Lion at the 2011 Venice Biennale, and attracting critical acclaim and enthusiastic audiences at gallery showings across the world. ACMI in Melbourne has it in situ and the exhibition will commence 23 Jan through to 10 Mar, 2019.
Admission is free and on a first-come, first-served basis
Due to limited capacity, please be aware that there may be wait times
No food or drink is allowed in the gallery
Don’t miss a minute! See the full 24-hours of the work when we stay open all night every Thursday. The exhibition will be open from 10am Thursday to 5pm Friday throughout the season.