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2020 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres

Excited to be one of the artists in the Adelaide Biennial 2020. ‘Monster Theatres proposes an arena of speculation, a circus of the unorthodox and the absurd, a shadow play between truth and fiction. The title is inspired by a group of provocative Australian artists. Their urgent works of art are warnings made manifest. These…

Water at QAGOMA

Pleased that the work, RE FORMATION part III (Noogoon / St Helena Island) has been included in QAGOMA’s Water exhibition, curated by Geraldine Kirrihi Barlow, and running 7 December 2019 to 26 April 2020. The work, RE FORMATION part III (Noogoon / St Helena Island) has been reimagined to connect to the local history. Every iteration…

CONCRETE: art design architecture touring

CONCRETE: art design architecture is a major exhibition exploring innovative ways that concrete is being used by artists, designers and architects in Australia in the 21st century. My work, RE FORMATION (Study) 2018 is included in the exhibition. The exhibition includes 21 artists, designers and architects from across Australia and brings together products, projects and works of art…

Violent Salt launches at Artspace Mackay

Artspace Mackay 30 Aug to 24 Nov Violent Salt brings together contemporary artists from across Australia representing diverse cultural heritage. Co-curated by Yhonnie Scarce and Claire Watson, the exhibition reflects on the experiences of the marginalised, the underrepresented and the silenced. The exhibition discusses issues surrounding racism and discrimination against First Nations peoples and minority…

The National

The National 2019: New Australian Art is a celebration of contemporary Australian art. The second of three biennial survey exhibitions, it showcases work being made across the country by artists of different generations and cultural backgrounds. The installation, RE FORMATION part 3 (Dubbagullee) was commissioned for The National, a new biennial survey presenting the latest…

Weelam Ngalut (our place)

Weelam Ngalut (Our Place) welcomes students and visitors of Monash University to learn and speak languages of the First Peoples of Australian east coast – Koories, Goories, Murri’s and Wik peoples. Weelam Ngalut (Our Place) marks our presence in the land here. Talk with us, learn with us and walk with us to a place of knowledge, a…

INSTALLATION CONTEMPORARY: Megan Cope

Megan Cope was selected to participate in this year’s Installation Contemporary. One of the biggest highlights of the Sydney Contemporary art fair, Installation Contemporary presents Australian and international artists, whose innovative and often site-specific installations range from the handcrafted to the digital.     Megan Cope Old Kahibah, 2018 Old Kahibah is an interactive sound…

Dhaka Art Summit: Sovereign Words

Megan Cope was invited to participate in the The 2018 Critical Writing Ensemble, Sovereign Words, at the Dhaka Art Summit. Conceived by the Office for Contemporary Art Norway and presented in collaboration with the Dhaka Art Summit and Artspace, it brings together 20 Indigenous peers from four continents to address some of the critical questions…