Sunday, April 26, 2009


kerb 17 Launch Party + Exhibition Friday 15th May 2009*


Please RSVP by Wednesday 06th May to: (e) kerb@ems.rmit.edu.au

6:30 - 9:30pm
Open Space Gallery
Enter through
Eckersley’s Art and Craft
97 Franklin Street Melbourne
VIC Australia 3000

“There are certain strengths that we take for granted in our urban environment and the objects that we surround our selves with.” Robbie Rowlands

kerb 17 critiques current modes of thinking about the practice of landscape architecture, offering up a discussion of where landscape architecture is, what it has evolved from, and what it might become in the future. The collection of works and ideas by international and Australian designers and artists featured in kerb 17 respond and demonstrate how through the medium of landscape and a potential mediation of design disciplines we can reconsider contemporary ideas of landscape.

Robbie Rowlands is a Melbourne based artist whose work explores notions of stability and vulnerability through the manipulation of objects and environments. His repetitious and precise cuts and the resulting distortions reflect the inescapable passing of time that affects everything around us.

Thank you to our sponsors CLEMS Conference Links and Event Management Services, COFIELD Wines, MOUNTAIN GOAT, CRUMPLER & RMIT

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Robbie Rowlands works are currently on exhibit at the RMIT STOREY HALL GALLERY


CRITICAL FIXTURES - 17th April - 23 May 2009
Featuring work by artists
Denis Beaubois, Mark Brown, Kate Fulton, Robbie Rowlands, Mark Themann, Mimi Tong

FLOOR TALK
Robbie Rowlands - Thurs 14th May 1-2pm

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