Kim Demuth and Henri van Noordenburg
tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow

2 May – 26 May 2018

Onespace Gallery is delighted to present the impressive work of two Queensland’s finest photo-media artists, Kim Demuth and Henri van Noordenburg. Their joint exhibition is entitled tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow.

Their exhibition was first shown at Pinnacles Gallery in February/March 2018 and has now travelled back to Brisbane for its first showing here. It is another example of a co-operative project and exhibition programming that Onespace Gallery has undertaken with regional galleries and arts organisations including Kick Arts Contemporary Arts (Cairns), Canopy Arts Centre (Cairns/Kuranda) and now Pinnacles Gallery (Townsville City Council).

The two high-calibre bodies of work presented by Demuth and van Noordenburg are distinct but connected by shared sensibilities, their family and personal histories, their concerns for global volatility and climate change, and their intentional manipulation of the photographic medium. As catalogue essayist Virginia Rigney notes:

 “The exhibition’s title, tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, is spoken in Shakespeare’s Macbeth in the final Act of that play, in resolute realisation of the endless churn of events and of the inevitable inconsequential nature of our time on earth. Just as this famous soliloquy moves across the past, the present, and the future, these works intelligently hold us between time”. [tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, foreword, Virginia Rigney, catalogue, Pinnacles Gallery, 2018]


Exhibition Dates
Wednesday 2 May to Wednesday 30 May 2018.

Exhibition Events

 

Kim Demuth and Henri van Noordenburg tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow Catalogue

A limited edition Exhibition catalogue published by Pinnacles Gallery, Townsville City Council will be available for purchase for $20 each from Onespace Gallery during the exhibition.


Exhibition image: Image (left to right):
Kim Demuth, Nocturnes 41, 2017, Sculptural Photography, Variable size, Edition 1
Henri van Noordenburg, Lagewag 39, 2014, Lightbox Inkjet print, 2018, original hand carved photographs on Hahnemulhe. Photographer unknown 1940. From Archief Eemland, Edition 1/5.