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David Griggs | BETWEEN NATURE & SIN

Campbelltown Arts Centre presents BETWEEN NATURE & SIN, a survey exhibition of works by acclaimed Australian artist David Griggs who currently resides in Manila, the Philippines.

David Griggs, Zoloft Nation 2009 (cropped) Image: David Griggs, Zoloft Nation, 2009. Image courtesy the artist and Germanos Collection

Exhibition: 5 August to 15 October
Opening night: Friday 4 August, 6.30pm
Artist talk: Saturday 5 August, 2pm

Famous for his bold anarchistic approach, Griggs takes the everyday and flips it to expose the cracks, exhuming the raw undercurrent of a society. Drawing from political imagery, underground media and protest, local histories and personal experience Griggs manifests a narrative to capture daily life. He documents intimate chance moments and the deliberate actions of his friends, and strangers, within an unidentifiable Manila.

BETWEEN NATURE & SIN features a decade of past paintings, photographs, videos, and the premiere of COWBOY COUNTRY, an epic feature film following the story of a kidnapped American Filipino teenage help captive for ransom. Set in a fishing village and produced collaboratively with the community, this film features Soliman Cruz, the late Dante Perez and Melanie Tejano.

This unconventional installation of distinct works fluctuates between real and imagined and features a series of new murals and manufactured structures that will shift the way we experience painting. Twelve years in the making, this exhibition will take you on a journey along the back streets of society that echoes many localities, but at its core is Manila.

Curated by Megan Monte.

This exhibition is part of the Bayanihan Philippine Art Project, a collaboration between the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Blacktown Arts Centre, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Mosman Art Gallery and Peacock Gallery (Auburn) in association with Museums & Galleries of NSW

BETWEEN NATURE & SIN will tour nationally throughout 2018-19 through Museums & Galleries of NSW. National venues include; Glasshouse Regional Gallery, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Redlands Art Gallery, Cairns Regional Gallery, Lismore Regional Gallery, Griffith Regional Art Gallery, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Orange Regional Gallery and Burrinja Cultural Centre. A Campbelltown Arts Centre exhibition presented nationally by Museums & Galleries of NSW. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.

Date and time

  • Saturday 05 August 2017 / 10.00AM to Sunday 15 October 2017 / 4.00PM
    Past Event

Suitable for

Young Adults 18 -24AdultsSeniors

Entry Cost

Entry is free

Booking information

Bookings are not required

Event category: CultureExhibitions
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