Né à 1957
Ville natale Australia
Vies et travaux Wiradjuri country, Australia
Gary Carsley lives and works on Wiradjuri country, 200 kilometres west of Sydney where he maintains a modest hortus conclusus and a practice propagated at the intersection of the paradigms: artist, writer and contrarian. His recent solo projects include The National – New Australian Art (MCA, Sydney) 2017, the 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (QAGOMA, Brisbane) 2018-19, Chromophilia (ICAA, New York) and Terra inFirma: Sovereignty and Memory, (Blacktown Arts Centre), both in 2020.VOIR LA BIOGRAPHIE COMPLÈTE VIEW CV
Gary Carsley lives and works on Gadigal land where he maintains a small hortus conclusus and a practice propagated at the intersection of the paradigms: artist and contrarian. He is active across the domains of the image, live works, curation, writing and installation. He believes that complexity and the arcane are effective sites of resistance to the collapse of value of labour relative to capital and choses to articulate his engagement with history and memory outside the binary of victim and perpetrator. His recent projects include The National – New Australian Art (MCA, Sydney) 2017, The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (QAGOMA, Brisbane) 2018-19, Chromophilia (ICAA, New York) 2020 and Terra inFirma: Sovereignty and Memory, (Blacktown Arts Centre) 2020. He first invited Renjie Teoh to collude with him on the major site-specific commission The Regency Made Me Blind for The National Gallery of Singapore, in 2018.
GARY CARSLEY SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS (Since 2005)
2022 the Illawarra Pavilion. (as the ArtHitects) Wollongong Art Gallery. Wollongong
2021. The Brick Veneer Belvedere (as the ArtHitects) Cross Arts Projects, Sydney.
2020 Arbour Ardour Roslyn Oxley Gallery9 Sydney. (With Renjie Teoh)
2019 The Pavilion of Clear Memory When Scene From Waverley. Bondi
Bondi Pavilion, Bondi Beach, Sydney. (With Renjie Teoh)
2016 Scenes From The Life of Paris. H Gallery, Bangkok
For and Against Nature. Grey Projects, Singapour
2015 The Garden of Dr. Con Fabulator. Centre for Visual Art. New Jersey
The Pre_Raphaelite Sisterhood’s Cubby. Alaska Projects, Sydney.
2014 Sciencefictive. IMA Brisbane & Kunstverein Ulm
For and Against Nature, Grey Projects. Singapore.
2013 A Tree Struck by Lightning. Thatcher Projects, New York
Sub-Dub. Breenspace, Sydney.
2012. Gardenesque, TORCH Gallery, Amsterdam.
2011. The Garden of The Forking Paths, Sabine Schmidt Galerie, Koln.
Gardenesque, C.A.C.S.A. Adelaide.
2010. A Bush Knot, Griffith Artworks, Griffith University, Brisbane
Ficton_Non_Fiction, Thatcher Projects, New York.
2009. Bark Art, BREENSPACE, Sydney
2008. You are Here, Thatcher Projects, New York.
ReOrientalism, Sabine Schmidt Galerie, Cologne.
2007 Scenic Root, Level 2 Contemporary Projects A.G.N.S.W Sydney
2006 Looking at Works of Art in the Light of Other Works of Art, Artspace, Sydney
2005 Chemical Blonde, TORCH Gallery, Amsterdam
Skirting the Issue, The Cross Art Projects, Sydney
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (Since 2005)
2020. MisFits. National Art School, Sydney.
Terra inFirma Blacktown Arts Centre, Sydney.
2018. 9th Asia Pacific Triennale. QAGOMA. Brisbane (2018/19)
2017 The National – New Australian Art. Museum of Contemporary Art,
Aura: Repetition, Reproduction and the Mark of the Artist. Manly
Museum & Art Gallery
The Unflinching Gaze: photo media & the male figure. BRAG, Bathurst
The Mnemonic Mirror. Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane.
2016 Patternation. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery. Sydney
The Mnemonic Mirror. University of Technology Gallery, Sydney
Its Timely Too, The Lockup, Newcastle
Contour 556, Canberra Art Biennale.
2014 It’s Timely. Blacktown Arts Centre.
The Amusing Style. Pavel Zubok Gallery, New York
Acid Gothic Galerie Pom Pom and Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney.
2013 Against The Grain. Museum of Art & Design. New York.
2012 Untamed Wave Hill Cultural Centre, The Bronx NYC
There Was A Wold Once, Märkisches Museum, Witten. (Germany) .
2010 Hardbodies, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Sydney.
2009 ANIMAMIX BIENNALE – The Real Unreal. M.O.C.A. Shanghai.
2008. Wonder, Singapore Biennale, Singapore
2007. Perfect for every occasion – Photography Now, Heide Melbourne
2006. Ten(d)ancy, Elizabeth Bay House, Sydney.
2005 Surfaces Paradise, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnhem
SELECTED PUBLIC COMMISSIONS
2021/22. D.134 Xanthorrhoea (Walking on History) Sydney Football Stadium. Client Infrastructure New South Wales. Architect Phillip Cox
2018 D.116 Holding Up The Sky. Forensic Medicine & Coroners Court Complex. Client: NSW Health Architects, Cox Architecture & Silver Thomas Hanley
2017 The Regency Made Me Blind. The National Gallery of Singapore.
2012 D.101 Toohey’s Forrest. Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Public Art Commission. Client: Departments of Public Works and Health (Queensland Government) Hames Sharley (Architects)
2009 D.87 Battery Park 4 Broad St, Manhattan. Loffredo Brooks Architects P.C. 239 cms x 900 cms
D.88 Istana Park Orchard Central, Singapore DP Architects and The Far East Organisation. A 3-storey, 530 sqm integrated artwork incorporating an immersive light and sound programmable environment.
2007 D.51 Parramatta Park, The Justice Precinct, Parramatta, Sydney Bate Smart Architects. A 23 x 7m foyer of the Trial Courts Parramatta.
SELECTED RECITALS (SINCE 2005)
2021 Hey Daddy. Performance Space at Carriageworks, Sydney.
2017 Purple Reign. QAGOMA, Brisbane, 9th Asia-Pacific Triennale.
2017 The Phallus of Dorian Gary. The Imperial Hotel, Sydney.
2015 The Museum of UnNatural History. First Draft, Sydney
SELECTED ARTIST INITIATED PROJECTS
2019/20 RocoColonial. Hazelhurst Regional Gallery (Sydney), Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and Lismore Regional Gallery.
2014 It’s Timely. Blacktown Arts Centre, Sydney. (With Paul Howard)
2004 Take A Bowery. MCA Sydney and 2005 Venice Biennale
2002 Cerebelllum. The Performance Space, Sydney.
In December 2020 together with Architect Renjie Teoh I initiated the ArtHitects as a cross-cultural, intergenerational forum for the collusion of Art and Architecture. the ArtHitects are currently based at The Clothing Store artists’ studios where we are developing a project for Carriageworks.
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Marina Bay (Hortus Futurum) A
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The Pagoda at Jurong East (Hortus Exaggerare) A
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A Tree Struck By Lightning (Hortus Naturalis) A
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Melaka Regrowth (Hortus Restituitur) A
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Singapore Botanic Garden (Hortus Sensualis) A
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Singapore Botanic Garden (Hortus Umbra) A
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Singapore Botanic Garden (Hortus Chorus) A
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Singapore Botanic Garden (Hortus Verticale) A
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Pfaueninsel (Hortus Imaginarium) A
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Still Life As Monument (Hortus Exiguum) B
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