V and B; or; B and B
New work by Joseph Breikers and Timothy P Kerr
Project dates: 13 May – 22 June 2013
Open days: Saturday 25 May & Saturday 8 June, 12 – 6pm
Closing event: Saturday 22 June 6pm
Over the next six weeks, Brisbane based artists Joseph Breikers and Timothy P Kerr will utilise the Boxcopy gallery as a site for experimentation and play, undertaking investigations into the nexus between humour and collaboration. Join us for the gallery open days, held each fortnight during the exhibition project, and for the closing event on Saturday 22 June to view the results of these experiments and engage with the artists in a series of informal discussions. Read more
Image: Joseph Breikers and Timothy P. Kerr Matinee, 2013. Courtesy the artists.
Boxcopy is now accepting proposals for our 2014 Exhibition Program.
Each year Boxcopy presents a curated program of exhibitions and events through a process of invitation and proposals. We welcome proposals for exhibitions and projects from artists, curators and collectives. We work closely with exhibiting artists to support the development and production of new works within a critical context. The next review date for proposals is 31st May 2013. Read more
2013 Emerging Artist Program
Boxcopy is delighted to announce the artist selected for our 2013 program is Liam O’Brien.
Each year Boxcopy supports a QLD artist, recently graduated or at the beginning stages of their career, to experiment and develop new works for a solo exhibition. We provide ongoing feedback and discussion on work, funds towards material costs and we commission an essay to accompany the show.
Liam will be developing and producing a new series of performance videos, exploring humour, the absurd and the individual under late capitalism. Liam graduated from QLD College of Art (QCA) with honours in 2010 and was awarded the Hobday & Hingston Bursary from the Queensland Art Gallery. He has exhibited at Current Projects and the QCP, and has been included in various group shows including Greatest Hits (Vol 3) at the IMA and Test Pattern at Ryan Renshaw.
Image: Liam O’Brien Untitled (Clean skin), 2012. Courtesy the artist.