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EXHIBITIONS

We’re MADA Gallery, the public face of Monash Art Design & Architecture (MADA).

Exhibiting art and design of the highest standard with an emphasis on excellence as a result of research, MADA Gallery is utilised as a teaching aid for the benefit of the students and staff from the faculty along with the wider community.

MADA Gallery is open to the public and welcomes school and group bookings. Admission is free of charge. Plan your visit

971 horses + 4 zebras, Installation view
971 horses + 4 zebras, Installation view

Current & Upcoming

Bridget Hillebrand, Touchscapes

10-16 August 2016

Through an investigation of rock climbing, printmaking and studio practice this research explores the relationship between the physicality of both making printed images and climbing, as a response to the corporeal dimension of the experience of place. In developing artworks that reflect a climber’s intimate, temporal and sensory encounter with rock this research presents new possibilities for seeing and looking: where the viewer becomes an active agent in the work.

This exhibition comprises the practical component of Bridget Hillebrand’s PhD research.

Bridget Hillebrand, Touchscapes

Gordon Monro, Nanocosm

10-16 August 2016

Nanocosm is a studio investigation into small autonomous worlds, worlds that follow their own rules without reference to our needs or desires.

The works in this exhibition are created by computer programs that I have written. The computer is a machine that can carry out arbitrarily complex processes, an ability that has no real precedent among human artefacts and gives the computer a radical autonomy that we have previously found only in the natural world. I have devised the rules for my small worlds, but their working-out proceeds autonomously through the generative power of the computer. My intention with these works is to point beyond the human to other realms, other possibilities.

This exhibition comprises the practical component of Gordon Monro’s PhD research.

Gordon Monro, Nanocosm

Still Resolving

30 August - 1 September 2016

An exhibition by graduating Year 12 Visual Arts students from the Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School. www.vcass.vic.edu.au

Still Resolving

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