Exhibitions and showings
Artist Panel - What is a Model Citizen?
How can modelling in art create new forms of creative expression? How can modelling citizenship become an activist and activating intervention into the way one understands one’s role in the social and political world, as well as the role that art plays in transforming the modern agora?
Sadia Sadia - In Conversation with Evelyn Tsitas
Join installation artist, writer and award-winning record producer Sadia Sadia in conversation with writer and curator Evelyn Tsitas, as they discuss Sadia’s work, motivation and interest in memory, consciousness, and the experience of profound affect in the encompassing aesthetic environment.
The Model Citizen - Modelling Surveillance
One of the key drivers of modern citizenship is the way data surveillance has become ubiquitous, effecting almost all areas of everyday life. In this talk, artists Bronek Kozka and Larissa Hjorth address the way their art deals with and explores the currents of modelling surveillance, drawing on wider artistic and political practices as they do so. The talk will end with a Q & A.
The Model Citizen - Modelling Art
How best to model stillness, movement, repetition, labour, and dance?
The Model Citizen - Modelling the Viral
Can one conceive of the post-human as virus and virus-like? What will AI machines ‘do to’ model citizenship?
The Model Citizen
The time has come to decide what sort of citizens we want to be. From harvesting the data of the dead to hybrid bio robot citizens, the high stakes are explored in this compelling new exhibition.
The Upload - an immersive work by (((20hz)))
Book your ride in The Upload by (((20hz))) and be transported into the dystopian world of The Model Citizen. From harvesting the data of the dead to hybrid bio robot citizens, the high stakes are explored in The Model Citizen, a compelling new exhibition at RMIT Gallery (8 Feb - 23 March).
Bruised: Art Action and Ecology in Asia
When it comes to ways in which artists address ecological issues, actions can be big or small – it's the action that is important however subtle.
Melbourne Modern: European art & design at RMIT since 1945
In the wake of World War II hundreds of exiled and displaced European artists, architects and designers arrived in Melbourne and sought employment with RMIT.
This major exhibition explores the Gold and Silversmithing masterclass legacy at RMIT University.
Pleasure & the Grotesque: Decorating Bodies 1980s to Now
Pleasure & the Grotesque explores how artists and designers explore, expand, and embellish the human body.