On Thursday the 18th of June a good number of black-clad Melburnians (and one black-clad Sydneysider) made it up the rickety lift of the Nicholas Building and into Blindside to catch a glimpse of the Portion of the Surface Never Seen. Thanks to you all for braving the cold weather and taking a walk around the Moon with me. Big thanks to RMIT Link for helping me out, and a very special thank you to Mr Fred Kroh who took these lovely photographs on the night. You can see more of his beautiful work on his website: fredkroh.net
Nothing for so long and then everything at once! Well, that's how it feels. My exhibition, Portion of the Surface Never Seen, opens at Blindside gallery in the Melbourne CBD on Thursday the 18th of June. Come along between 6 and 8pm to take an imaginary journey to the Moon with a glass of wine in your hand. Details here: http://www.blindside.org.au/portfolio-item/17-jun-4-jul-2015-portion-of-the-surface-never-seen-colleen-boyle
Then finally, after many years of work, I will be holding my PhD examination exhibition. Unfortunately, I only get to open it up to the public for a brief celebration by way of closing drinks. So if you're curious as to what I've been doing all these years, come along to the RMIT School of Art Gallery on Thursday the 9th of July between 5pm and 7pm and have a glass of bubbles with me. The gallery can be tricky to find, I'll attempt to put up some signs.
Address: RMIT, Building 2, Level 2, Bowen Street (off Latrobe Street, opposite the State Library)