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Stuart Ringholt: Kraft

14 February - 17 April 2014

Stuart Ringholt is one of Australia’s most fearless contemporary artists. His practice has involved leading audiences on naturist gallery tours, anger workshops, and participatory performance works that place the artist in embarrassing situations. He makes video, absurdist sculpture, painted mirrors and collage. In 2006 he published the autobiographical book Hashish psychosis: what it’s like to be mentally ill and recover. For more information...


3 May - 5 July 2014

MUMA’s second exhibition for 2014, Concrete brings together the work of sixteen artists, both Australian and international. The exhibition explores the concrete, or the solid and its counter: change, the flow of time. As we prepare to mark the centenary of the First World War, the exhibition considers the impact of time upon built and monumental form, reading between materiality and emotion, form and memory. For more information...

Fiona Connor: Wallworks

18 July - 20 September 2014

Quoting existing architectural languages in her installations and sculptures, Fiona Connor considers how context and display can condition our perception of an object or artwork. Her work also serves as an archaeology or social history of sites and environments. For more information...

Art as a Verb

3 October - 16 December 2014

Art as a Verb is a major thematic exhibition that takes as its departure point the concept of art as action, both inside the gallery and beyond. Drawing upon the unbridled energy and anarchy of fluxus and happenings, and looking back to a moment when art dematerialised, Art as a Verb presents a range of projects from the 1960s to today that challenge the traditional role of the artist and the site of the museum. For more information...

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