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Tuesday, November 14th, 2017
Hayden Fowler
Light Moves: Contemporary Australian Video Art

Hayden Fowler is currently exhibiting his video work New World Order as part of ‘Light Moves: Contemporary Australian Video Art’, a travelling exhibition curated by the National Gallery of Australia.

The exhibition features work made between 2009 and 2014 by some of Australia’s most internationally-significant video artists; Daniel Crooks, Hayden Fowler, Shaun Gladwell, Gabriella and Silvana Mangano, David Rosetzky, Julie Rrap and Christian Thompson.

The presentation of work by these artists is accompanied by an engaging program of Australian and international video and experimental films created over the last 40 years and drawn from the NGA collection.

The seven video works that make up Light moves is drawn entirely from the National Collection and features works all made since 2010.

Light Moves is showing at Wangaratta Art Gallery in Victoria from  25 Nov 2017 – 4 Feb 2018.

Image: Hayden Fowler, new world order 2013 from the series New romantic, single channel HD digital video, sound, duration 10 minutes 9 seconds, collection of the National Gallery of Australia.

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