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Image: Riley O’Keeffe, A Brief View... (Installation detail) 2014, Glass, LEDs, microcontroller, Diemsions variable

Fragmenting Infinity, Riley O’Keeffe

Dymaxion Lab, 225 North Tce, Adelaide.
23 May to 14 June 2014  |  Opening: 30 June 2014, 6—8pm

Working across disciplines, O’Keeffe’s work examines ideas of  mortality, time and the infinite. His experimental work often questions philosophical concepts  of being, while at the same time referencing 20th and 21st century arts practices, theory and  literature. This exhibition will feature new and recent work, presenting a cross collection disciplinary that reflects on the affect of chance and unpredictability on predetermined and limitless processes.

Hours: Wed/Thur 1pm—4pm | Fri: 1—6pm
Sat: 1pm—4pm

Volunteers Wanted!

adele installing at arts sa

We need volunteers to help with loads of things, including gallery sitting, installation, bar staff and general handy-ness. If you have some skills, or are enthusiastic to help out and get involved join our volunteer registry!

Send your details to Caitlin Eyre, assistant curator and volunteer coordinator


The 20 Feb to 6 March saw Six Adelaide ARIs joined us in a multi venue festival that showcasesed contemporary visual art and performance art by emerging Adelaide based artists. Designed to compliment and run concurrently to the 2014 Adelaide International, Grid Projects helped to facilitate an engaging public showcase of new works by a curated selection of emerging local artists, supported by Arts SA, Australia Council for the Arts, Adelaide City Council, Renew Adelaide…just to name a few

Events included exhibitions, performances, open studios and an ARI Symposium “Symp-ARI-ium”.

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