Check out Leo Greenfield's blog to see more images of his fantastic work
window99 was an installation space in the window of 99 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. It was a not-for-profit, artist focused space, open 24 hours a day, everyday.
window99 offer an alternative to exhibiting art within the white cube by moving the gallery into the public setting. This also provided artists with an opportunity to exhibit their work within a highly exposed, flexible window box for an affordable rate.
The New Venture
window99 has now resolved with a new space three doors up being the next venture for Marie and Leo. The new initiative is called Conduit Arts and continues the window99 and Rollerdoor Performance Space focus on bringing emerging artists, musician and performers together along with their audiences. Check out the new space at conduitarts.org
Friday, August 27, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Llawella Lewis, 'make, smash, mend' in the Brunswick St installation window and Leo Greenfield, 'A Twitch Upon the Thread' in the Palmer St windows
Join us for this months opening on Saturday the 14th at 6 till 9pm.
Again we'll have music by real musician and alcohol served by real hospo workers.
Come along, bring your friends and schmooze with the Artists!
Friday, August 6, 2010
Throughout the exhibition Natalie has changed her 'Marquee Sign' every couple of days. Here are some more images of the acts that followed the previous