Rodney Glick Talk

Ambitious? Who, Me? 2004 Laminated digital print on vinyl, 300 x 400 cm, 3D Visualisation: Sohan Ariel Hayes

international residency program presents

Wednesday, March 8, 6:30 pm

Australian artist Rodney Glick and Trevor Smith (Curator, New Museum of Contemporary Art) in conversation about about the challenges and rewards of maintaining an international art practice in the most isolated capital city in the world.



Rodney Glick is an artist based in Perth, Western Australia. Glick has been instrumental in the Founding and Co-Direction of spaces such as International Outcamp for the Arts-Gingin, Australia, International Performance Space-Tammin, Australia, and International Art Space Kellerberrin Australia. With a distinct refusal to create a recognizable and coherent artistic style, Glick's work explores a wide field of possibilities for art making by means of sculpture, video, painting, photography, collage, slide projection, installation, books, architecture, public art, and furniture. Glick was recommended to our program by Gary Dufour, Deputy Director of the Art Gallery of Western Australia in Perth.

Trevor Smith as held the position of Curator at The New Museum for Contemporary Art since 2003. He most recently curated Critical Space, the first comprehensive survey of Andrea Zittel's work to take place in the United States. He has curated dozens of exhibitions in Australia, Canada, and abroad, including Living and Working in Vienna (2005), the Australian representation at the XXV Bienal de São Paulo (2002), The Divine Comedy: Francisco Goya, William Kentridge, Buster Keaton (2002), Robert MacPherson (2001), and home (2000), a transregional conversation among artists from diverse locations such as Cape Town, Cotonou, Igloolik, Johannesburg, Ljubljana, London, New York, Perth, Paris, Singapore, and Vancouver.


Please join us.
All events are free and open to the public.


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apexart's international residency program is supported in part by The Milton and Sally Avery Arts Foundation. Public Programs are supported by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.

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