Biennale of Australian Art

Our new site specific installation Golden Pyramid is exhibited in BOAA (The Biennale of Australian Art). “The Victoria Gold Trophy” was a central feature of the London International Exhibition of 1862, representing the volume of gold imported to London from Victoria during the gold rush years of 1851-61, over 800 tons. The “Golden Pyramid” recreates this […]

Art/Science Collaboration

Video on Welcome to the Anthropocene, featuring our collaboration with Dr. Julia Blanchard from the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies at the University of Tasmania. Curated by Kira Ascroff and Video by Ninna Millikin

The Armory Show 2018, New York

The Armory Show 2018 | New York 8 – 11 March 2018 Piers 92 & 94, 711 12th Avenue at 55th Street, New York City, U.S.A Booth 731 Mizuma Gallery is taking part in the upcoming The Armory Show 2018, from 8 to 11 March 2018. Visit our gallery at Booth 731. Presenting artworks by: […]

Malmö Art Museum, Sweden

Perpetual Uncertainty – art and radioactivity Malmö Art Museum, Sweden February 24th – August 26th 2018 Opening February 23rd Perpetual Uncertainty brings together artists from Europe, Japan and the USA to investigate questions of nuclear technology, radiation and the transmission of knowledge over deep time futures. Artists: James Acord, Shuji Akagi, Lise Autogena and Joshua […]

Upcoming New York Residency at ISCP

We are looking forward to our upcoming residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, NYC, from January 2018, funded by the Australia Council for the Arts.

Art and Science collaboration with IMAS Tasmania Australia

We are very excited to be working on a new work for the Welcome to the Anthroposcene Project in Hobart, Tasmania. This is an art-science collaboration and we are working with Ecology and Fisheries professor Julia Blanchard on this project, which focuses on food webs and marine ecology in the face of ecosystem crises. This […]

Eco-Anxiety, exhibition featuring our work at Japan Foundation, Sydney

Eco-Anxiety presents contemporary Japanese and Australian artists and designers responding to the changing environment, to reflect the rising tide of shared (eco) anxiety, and ecological empathy, in the Anthropocene. On September 22 – November 4, 2017

Perpetual Uncertainty opening at Z33 Belgium

The group show that includes our work Crystal Palace entitled Perpetual Uncertainty, curated by Ele Carpenter and touring Northern Europe, opens on Sept 16th at the beautiful Z33 Gallery Belgium.

The 1st Honolulu Biennale 2017

We are exhibiting our work in the 1st Honolulu Biennale 2017. VIP tour and opening will be held on 7th March. The Biennale will be opened from 8th March to 8th May 2017.

Solo Exhibition Mizuma Gallery

Our next major new exhibition showing a body of completely new works will be at Mizuma Gallery Tokyo in February.