Highlights, a selection of 2014 Graduates including the work of Mallory Allen, Christian Bishop, Chris Gooch, Cameron May, Daniel Price, 2015, Photography: Andrew Barcham.
    Surfacing, a selection of 2015 Graduating Higher Degrees by Research students, including the work of Colleen Boyle, Sam Leach, Charles O’Loughlin and Renee Ugazio, 2015-16, Photography by Andrew Barcham
    Colleen Boyle, Postulate, 2015 from Surfacing, a selection of 2015 Graduating Higher Degrees by Research students.
    Broadcast, an exhibition including the work of Alison Alder, Marian Crawford, Neil Emmerson, Richard Harding, Steve Lovett, Trent Walter, Marion Wassenaar and Karol Wilczynska, 2016, Photography: Andrew Barcham.
    Broadcast, an exhibition including the work of Alison Alder, Marian Crawford, Neil Emmerson, Richard Harding, Steve Lovett, Trent Walter, Marion Wassenaar and Karol Wilczynska, 2016, Photography: Andrew Barcham.
    Eric Bridgeman, David with bilum (from The Trade series), 2013, from the exhibition Gushul with artists Bianca Beetson, Eric Bridgeman, Vicki Couzens and Kirsten Lyttle, 2016.
    Works by Bianca Beetson, from the exhibition Gushul with artists Bianca Beetson, Eric Bridgeman, Vicki Couzens and Kirsten Lyttle, 2016, Photography: Andrew Barcham.
    Highlights, a selection of 2015 Graduates including the work of Jessica Gall, Sebastian Haeusler, Annie Llewellyn, Kirsty Macafee and Alyxandra Westwood, 2016, Photography: Andrew Barcham.
    Spectrum, an exhibition of works from the RMIT Hong Kong Master of Fine Arts Program, including the works of Mark Aldred, Zoe Coughlan, Helen Pun And Wong Cheuk Ying, Curated By Nick Berry, 2016, Photography: Andrew Barcham.

Lightscapes

Exhibitions

LIGHTSCAPES connects RMIT School of Art students to the very fabric of the city, broadly promoting our achievements whilst also enriching, critiquing and/or reconsidering notions of audience, site and public space through art.

The project consists of fourteen light boxes installed in and around RMIT University and the Melbourne Central train station. The project provides an alternative to the traditional gallery environment, challenging and redefining the placement of artwork in a gallery space. Placed in locations that have constant visibility, the LIGHTSCAPES activate under-utilised urban space and create a connection and cultural dialogue with the city. Contributing to Melbourne’s dynamic laneway culture, these works connect and contribute to the urban city and give audiences the chance to view innovative, top-quality artistic research in freely accessible public space.

LIGHTSCAPES are one of six creative projects that together form INTERSECT – a dynamic program of exhibitions, residencies, creative laboratories, talks and events. These projects consider and use contemporary art as a means of intersecting with and enriching our University community, as well as our broader local and global ones.

For more information visit the INTERSECT website.