Nexus Multicultural Arts 2010 Adelaide Fringe Program

It came from outer space…

A group exhibition looking at the darker side of story telling, It came from outer space explores our cultural fascination with classic 1950s horror and science fiction iconography.

Presented by Nexus Multicultural Arts, It came from outer space features new work by emerging local artists Simone-Clare Hede (ceramics), Joshua Smith (stencil work) and Dan Withey (illustration and dioramas).

Exhibition Opening: 11 Feb at 6pm
Photos from the exhibition opening are online now and can be viewed here!

Nexus Gallery
Exhibition Dates: 11 Feb – 19 Mar

Nexus Gallery is open Tuesday – Friday, 10am – 5pm
Free Admission

Simone-Clare Hede, “I switch on, I switch off”, 2009, ceramic

Simone-Clare Hede: Simone Clare Hede’s fascination with the consumerist trends that emerged in 1950s America can be seen in much of her exhibition work, which is conceptually rich and finished with an exciting use of computer generated decal technology and more traditional ceramic-based underglaze painting and printing techniques.

Joshua Smith: Joshua Smith is a stencil artist who has been actively exhibiting for the past 9 years. Joshua has exhibited work in over 80 exhibitions locally, interstate in such galleries as ChinaHeights in Sydney and Per Square Metre in Melbourne, and in Ashiya, Osaka and Kobe in Japan.

Dan Withey: Dan Withey specialized in illustration while studying at the University of South Australia, where he shaped his unique style and artistic skills. He currently works as a Freelance Illustrator & Visual Artist. His work is mostly referenced directly from his own life experiences, and observations of the environment around him.

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