Sophie Bannan and Dan Nash

Stromlo / QwhatdoesabordercolleyeatAluckilyfinepowder

// Video works screening from 6pm, Thursday 17 November until the afternoon of Saturday 19 November 2017.

Stromlo
Sophie Bannan

Rosalie Gascoigne moved from Auckland to Mount Stromlo with her husband Ben when she was twenty-six. She lived there in a small community on a hill, just below the observatory; Ben was an astronomer, it was 1943. Rosalie had her first solo exhibition at Macquarie Galleries in Canberra when she was fifty-seven. She mostly made sculptural assemblages, and represented Australia at Venice in 1994.

QwhatdoesabordercolleyeatAluckilyfinepowder
Dan Nash

Sand Day

Mud Day

Tuesday

Wendsday

Birthday

Friday

Star Day

// RM is open from 1-6pm Friday and 12-4pm Saturday