Claire Robertson Presents Far From Here

Returning to the remains of the temporary mining camp located 1,651km from Perth that her family called home in the 1980s, Next Wave 2016 alumna and video artist Claire Robertson transports her audience into the vast landscape of the WA outback in Far From Here. A video installation of cinematic proportions, Robertson leads the viewer through large-scale, multi-channel […]

Natalie Abbot presents (re)PURPOSE: the MVMNT

Next Wave 2014 alumna Natalie Abbot presents the world premiere of (re)PURPOSE: the MVMNT, as part of her Dancehouse Housemate artist-in-residence. In (re)PURPOSE: the MVMNT, Abbott appropriates the influential ballet solo, The Dying Swan (1905), to examine our expectations of dance performances, female characters and the limits of the body. She takes a lateral, multi-directional approach that both resists and caters […]

Next Wave gets Pinteresting

  Just can’t get enough of us? Always left wanting just a little bit more? Fear not- we now have our very own Pinterest page! We know what you’re thinking – what do wedding dresses and dream homes have to do with Next Wave? Well this is no ordinary Pinterest page. Here you can see what our […]

Gut Feeling at Metro Arts

  NW alumnus Elizabeth Willing knows the way to our hearts here at NW HQ is through our stomachs, and her latest exhibition looks set to woo us yet again. Gut Feeling sees Willing continue her gastronomical exploration, this time delving into the anxieties and beliefs surrounding feeding and food in a society becoming increasingly […]

TV Dinners at BUS Projects

  Head out for a night in at BUS Projects’ as they transform their gallery space into a familiar lounge room for their latest exhibition TV Dinners. Presenting recent works by young British and Australian artists and art collectives, including Next Wave alumni LuckyPDF and Soda_Jerk, TV Dinners explores the flourishing relationship between television and […]