‘End of the Beginning’ is the title of our upcoming project held at the University of Southern Queensland. Co- curated by Billy Gruner and Tarn McLean, End of the Beginning is a group show by 41 contributing reductive painters from Australia, Europe and the United… Read More
We have been lucky enough to continue dialogue with Lynne during her month at RAYGUN; asking questions like where she’s at right now in her practice and what influences she is currently paying attention to. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and words with us… Read More
Super interesting man to listen to, I like the way he thinks about what he brings to the world.
It has been our pleasure at RAYGUN to host Tilman in Toowoomba for the past 10 days. Tilman’s exhibition The Image Is In Your Mind (I Love The Way You Smile) opened on Friday Night. During Tilman’s time in Toowoomba he also installed a wall painting with… Read More
Jason Sweeney’s show ‘Please be Quiet’ creates an incredible ‘quiet’ space in which one slows down and becomes aware of the sounds that drift into the room from the traffic and noise outside. Jason has created a haven, or a place, best used alone, to… Read More
Thanks to guest speaker Dr Kyle Jenkins who discussed the work. Jan Van Der Ploeg Interview with Tarn McLean for RAYGUN 2014 Tarn – What ideas are you examining through your exhibition at RAYGUN? Jan – With the design of the wall work I sent,… Read More
The last 2 shows have consisted of paintings by artists Brent Hallard and Richard van der Aa, and while we are enjoying the theme of painting we thought we would share this video of Swiss artist John M. Armleder. A super talented, humble and gentle… Read More
At Suadas opening, there were a series of questions asked that we have taken to Suada relating to the work. Below is her reply. Are you even directly involved in the imagery? if not why not? I am not directly involved in the imagery. The… Read More
Often I have lunch with my friend Sarah, who tells me about amazing things she has been reading or listening too, she is so good at keeping herself filled with all sorts of amazing things. One of my favourite things she has shared recently is… Read More
Discussing Paul Ramirez Jonas’s ‘The Key to the City’ Project. The viewer/user engages in a ceremony, they are given a key which opens 24 sites in New York City, they may be special sites or banal sites. Foreach person it offers something different.