2007
DAMP
Black & Silver
Tim Fleming
Jess Johnson & Jordan Marani
Conor O'Brien
Dell Stewart & Adam Cruickshank
Amber Wallis & Lizzie Hall
Dylan Martorell
Jake Walker & Mark Rodda
Nathan Gray
TSHDT? 004
Alter Egotism
Do You Remember What It Was?

2008
Elvis Richardson
Belle Bassin & Alasdair McLuckie
Al-Ah-Manful
Brendan Huntley
Kate Smith
Marcus Keating
Flux Capacitor
Tristan Jalleh & Saskia Pandji Sakti
Susan Jacobs
Habitat
The Changes
Grow Wild

2009
Dan Moynihan
Thomas Jeppe
Amber Wallis
Christopher Day
Akira Akira
Leah Fraser
Ry Haskings
Victory Over the Sun
Amiel Courtin-Wilson
Ash Keating
Brendan Huntley
William MacKinnon
The Edge of the Line
Helen Johnson
Charlie Sofo

TRISTAN JALLEH & SASKIA PANDJI SAKTI
LITTLE DID THEY KNOW

SAT 16 AUGUST UNTIL SAT 6 SEPTEMBER 2008

Tristan Jalleh currently lives in a wicker basket of suburban escapism woven by a father obsessed with ancient civilizations, UFOs and war machines; simultaneously enlightening and terrifying Tristan as a child. This is evident in his work, be it drawing, sculpture or animation.

Tristan's current work explores reactions to technology, in particular how increased usage has resulted in some people individualising and anthropomorphising their interfaces, or an abject rejection for fear of invasion of privacy. He draws similarities with popular culture's representation of technology, such as science fiction, as another vessel for human fears and desires.

Saskia Pandji Sakti's practice looks at the fabrication of new realities, those boundaries between fantasy and reality, and the milieu in which our own personal and collective fictions intertwine with the familiar formula of pop and cult narratives.

Saskia's recent collection of photographs are concerned not so much with the spectacle, horror or pain of death but more the profound and banal ways in which death can affect (and reinterpret the significance of) life.

Little Did They Know draws upon society's existing notions surrounding death. That of sudden or accidental death, grief and bereavement, the ritual and myth associated with death and public mourning, and the depiction of death through film and the media.




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