#PoweredByLupa - Lūpa is proud to support Laura Carthew (@lauracarthew) ‘The clouds have died’ at Stockroom Gallery in Melbourne (@stockroomkyneton). In Carthew’s latest installation of video, sculpture and sound, she brings together symbols such as a dog’s ear, an inverted staircase shaped sun and astronomical imagery, to create a romantic landscape entrenched in imagined memories. On until 5th April, 2020. 📸 by Georgie Mattingley
#PoweredByLupa - We take a look back at Bruno Booth’s (@bruno_booth_) powerful show at @firstdraft_ in October 2019 entitled ‘Push it, push it (real good)’ that explores the experience of navigating a wheelchair across difficult terrain. Powered by two Lūpa’s in Sync Mode. Photo by Zan Wimberley (@zanwimberley)
#PoweredByLupa - Before 2019 was done and dusted, Lūpa was proud to support Helen Grogan (@helen_grogan) work ‘splitting open the surface on which it is inscribed / gradual graduating’ at VCA, Melbourne. Powered by 3 Lūpa’s in Sync Mode! Artwork: Helen Grogan splitting open the surface on which it is inscribed / gradual graduating, 2019 3 channel synchronized video and sound recording (17’55), 3 x Lūpa media player, 1 single channel video recording (duration intermittently varying), 4 x Samsung Q-LED display screen, power cables, existing Margaret Lawrence Gallery ceiling-mounted speakers in stereo, 0.7mm stainless steel sheet, 2 x VCA Stock Department stage flat with pine braces, 3 x digital C Type photographic prints, book binders tape, helium, deflating silver foil orb balloons, synthetic ribbon, 4 x shot bags. Sound recording / sound consultation: Liam Power
#PoweredByLupa - as the end of the year fast approaches we take a look back at ‘In Character’ curated by Tesha Malott and Peter Johnson at @vergegallery apart of Verge’s 10th birthday, and proudly supported by Lūpa. Image credit: ‘In Character’, installation view, Verge Gallery, 2019. Witch Bitch, ‘Statuesque Anarchy’, 2017, synchronised HD Video, stereo sound, 10:00 duration. Verge Gallery, 2019. Photography by Zan Wimberley (@zanwimberley).
#PoweredByLupa - Lūpa is proud to support John Vea’s debut Australian exhibition ‘If I pick your fruit, will you put mine back?’ at @4a_aus which examines the complex labour flow throughout our region, and challenges viewers to look at the equality and validity of a global workforce. Consisting of immersive interventions, multiple projections and a 5 channel video, all powered by Lūpa. John Vea: If I pick your fruit, will you put mine back? Installation view, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, October 2019. John Vea, Finish this week off and that’s it! 2014, five-channel video, 1:59:00. Photo: Kai Wasikowski for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Courtesy the artist. John Vea, seasonal worker survival kit, 2015–, mixed media installation. Back left: John Vea, Concrete is as Concrete Doesn’t, 2017, six-channel video, 32:00 courtesy the artist. Photo: Kai Wasikowski for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Courtesy the artist. John Vea, Concrete is as Concrete Doesn’t, 2017, six-channel video, 32:00. Courtesy the artist. John Vea, Section 69ZD Employment Relations Act 2000, 2019, participatory installation, commissioned by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Photo: Kai Wasikowski for 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Courtesy the artist.
#PoweredByLupa - loving Adam Sébire recent installation at Max-Planck-Haus in Munich, an important series that looks at the correlation between our lifestyles and the climate crisis. Powered by 3 Lūpa’s in sync mode! Image: Adam Sébire AnthropoScene IV : Adrift (∆Asea-ice) (2019)
#PoweredByLupa - Lūpa recently supported @leyla_stevens show ‘Their Sea Is Always Hungry’ at @uts_art which uses three Lūpa’s in sync mode. On until 8th November! Image: Leyla Stevens, “Their Sea Is Always Hungry”, UTS Gallery, 17 September—8 November 2019. Photo: Zan Wimberley.
#PoweredByLupa - @ima_brisbane recently purchased 5 Lūpa’s for Wrong Solo fantastic new show ‘Certain Situations’ on until 31 August 2019. Wrong Solo (Brian Fuata and Agatha Gothe-Snape) with Sonya Holowell, Ruark Lewis, Sarah Rodigari, Brooke Stamp and Lizzie Thomson ‘Five Columns’, 2019, 5 channel video, 10 minutes each, synched. Videography and editing by Gotaro Ometsu. Five Columns by Wrong Solo was created with an Australia Council Grant and supported by IMA and MUMA. 📸Carl Warner
#PoweredByLupa - Lūpa recently supported @_anna_mcmahon_ two channel video essay in their show ‘Canter’ at @outerspace.ari in Brisbane. If you are looking for the name of that wall colour you’ll find it under ‘lilac lies’.
#PoweredByLupa - In awe of this gravity defying new work by Sydney based artist Therese Keogh currently showing at @firstdraft_ and Powered by Lūpa. On until the 24th of May. Artwork: Therese Keogh, Imaged in Absence, 2018, digital animation