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Ieuan Weinman Bitter Dispatches

Opening: Wednesday 12 August, 6pm Dates: 12 – 29 August 2015

Constructed around the description of time and the act of witnessing. The works take forms of sequenced dispatches that view subjects/scenes from various distances (points of remove). Attaining to reassess the interpretive function of making work from these sources:

Opening a file of a series of photos – a man walks to the farthest corner of the garden talking into what seems to be a mobile phone (obscured)

After reading the essay ‘Bitter Dispatches from the Third World’ by Edward W Said which analyses the writing of N. and critiques the way viewpoints are formed in which observations of societies (journalistic/descriptive) written from afar are sometimes harshly judgemental.

Ieuan Weinman lives and works in Melbourne. He works use the mediums of painting whilst also incorporating elements video and sound. He completed his MFA at VCA in 2007 and has been a committee member with Westpace for the past 4 years. Recent Shows include ‘The Editorial’ at Rubicon (2015) ‘Bambalapitya Deep House’ at Little Woods (2013), ‘Threatening Environments’ at both TCB and Platform (2012) and the group show ‘Non-aligned in Colombo’ (2012).