Nothing But Love – Tuyuloveme’s debut Australian solo exhibition opening night on Friday 26th October 2018. Exhibition running from 24th October – 4th November at BSIDE Gallery Level 1, 121 Brunswick St, Fitzroy.
Shot by – Nathan Ctc
Edited by – Fazzari Multimedia
Music by – Souls of Mischief
The mountains we climb is just as much about
self exploration, as it is about Japan.
Ed’s work has always explored two sides of the human experience, The moment in time, and the effect and the memory of it, the re interpretation and the re processing of a glimpse..
That’s exactly what Ed does in exploring Japan, and its sensations. Its layers of feeling, through the chaos of
Tokyo to the stillness of Kanazawa hills.
Each image is broken down into fragments, with slabs of colour, texture and tone, that symbolise the experience, weather by night or day, dusk or after dawn. This is a time capsule of travel, but also of the struggle and exploration each of us go through in growing as people and evolving beyond what we know.
The mountains we climb is about pushing limits of understanding. Exploring that place that brings discomfort, pushing the elements of your processing ability. For Ed he has done just this with his exploration of abstraction, and re interpretation.
‘The most valuable lesson my father taught me was to know when to walk, and when to clench both fists.’
Proudly presenting his debut solo show ‘Adherence’, Melbourne-based artist Dose explores a culture, people, and the evident blurred lines which orbit his world.
Dose provides the viewer with an opportunity to experience his current environment in which remaining adherent becomes increasingly more paramount.
Comprising of four tangible series of works utilising mixed media approaches on a multitude of surfaces, ‘Adherence’ draws definitions between graffiti and art, required sub-cultural errands, anecdotal relationships, and an ode to a youthful memory.
Exhibition open for viewing Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th of June More info here
Having been based in Melbourne for the majority of his creative career, Dose has focused on providing technically sound and challenging works to the city’s surfaces, whilst developing suited studio based practices. The culmination of both disciplines have given rise to ‘Adherence’.
Check out Lord Finesse and Large Professor with DJ Boogie Blind at Union Heights before their Melbourne show this Friday 15th April.
“Lord Finesse and Large Professor are two artists that have earned their stripes working with some of the best in the game since the late 80s into the 90s and today. Their individual discographies are filled with musical accomplishments, gaining them worldwide recognition for their contribution to hip hop be it as an MC, producer or DJ.”
The rad crew at Wax Museum Records have been holding it down for 10 years in the subway under Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Station.
Big ups to Tim (Aux One) and his Dad for starting such a gem of a store that supports amazing local artists. Honourable mentions to the rest of the lads, Guy, Benny Badge, Jackson, Michael and Isaac for all their hard work over the years.
Head into the store to say congratulations and grab yourself some dope records to impress all your friends.