Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Consider yourself invited

I apologise for this self indulgent misuse of our blog, but you don't have a retrospective every day (thank imaginary deity).

You are invited to the opening of my retrospective and website
on Wednesday, 10 May 6-8 pm at Macquarie University Gallery

11 Comments:

Anonymous gricegrocers said...

Love that tree of life, Ian. I'll try to be there on may 10

10:39 am  
Blogger mayhem said...

No wukkers - It's up on TAL too - so i rekcon we shold spread it aorund!

what's with the terry smith shindig?

and what weird building is the Maquarie uni art gallery in? and how do we find it from the bus stop at night?

Art and mayhem wil post informative details such as the above!

btw - is the pic a comment on michael hutchence?

12:51 pm  
Blogger Ian Milliss said...

Thank you for your indulgence. As they say. Hit the Macquarie Uni Gallery link on the invite and there is a map and parking and public transport info. Basically, if you come in the main entrance at Waterloo Road, off Herring Road, then the second road on the right is Eastern Road, it's the main road through the centre of the Uni and it finishes almost on the doorstep of the Vice Chancellor's Building and that's where the Gallery is.

Re Terry Smith, when Terry and Ian Burn and Nigel Lendon all washed up back in Sydney in the late 70s a bunch of us teamed up to set up the Media Action Group which produced slide shows analysing media treatment of various political issues. They were mostly sold to unis for use in media and cultural studies courses. Terry and I are going to do a rerun of one of the slide shows, (the one on advertising was probably the best, but we may do the one on uranium mining because it is suddenly deja vu again again). Hopefully by then I can track down a few more other members of the large but now very scattered group to join in. So if any of you are out there and reading this, get in contact with me.

I was not thinking specifically of Michael Hutchence, but the general principle certainly applies.

4:23 pm  
Anonymous David Haines said...

Terrific Ian, and def not an indulgent use of the blog, go for it I say. A contingent from Loose projects is going to come along - also that image really got into my head I woke up thinking how beautifully simple and complex at the same time...theres a real layering of different ways to read whats going on.
this is what I like about Art, that its able to conjur this level of complexity.

7:35 pm  
Blogger Ian Milliss said...

Can one of you guys do another post, I'm sick of seeing this thing.

12:05 am  
Anonymous Gricegrocers said...

I'm becoming obsessed with the history of ceramics lately but I have nothing articulate to say about it (yet).

1:34 am  
Blogger N.P. said...

im not sure about that whole "invisible artist" title. seems too self absorbed. maybe a title that focuses not on the artist but the art?

1:52 pm  
Anonymous Dave said...

What a strange comment. I think you missed the point np. He is someone who has apparently tried to be almost anonymous most of his life yet you say too much emphasis on the artist? Do you talk about Anon's Waterlilies or Anon's Sistine Chapel ceiling? I've only seen the website, not the show, but it looks very interesting.

10:05 am  
Anonymous I.A said...

Ian,

I am looking for your email. Can I contact you electronically?

I.A

5:36 pm  
Blogger Ian Milliss said...

I've put a contact email address on my blog profile so just click on my name up at the top of the page.

8:04 pm  
Blogger Gricegrocers said...

I never made it to the opening night, but I went bright and early and the big pieces had been put up. The Tree of Life has quite a Commodore 64 look, I liked the symbolism - open ended. Similarly the one of the mountain - it reminds me abit of Dean Bowen's work but relatively edgy. It was nice to see a textile/wall hanging too.

8:52 pm  

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