Campbelltown Arts Centre never looked so good

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    TV Moore, Rum Jungle

    Installation view, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

  • Long shot of a room coloured green with 2 TV screens mounted on the wall

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    TV Moore, Rum Jungle

    Installation view, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

  • Photo of the entrance to an exhibition room in a gallery with pink and peach walls and yellow ceiling

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    TV Moore, Rum Jungle

    Installation view, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

  • View of a room painted in pink and yellow with a TV mounted on a scaffold

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    TV Moore, Rum Jungle

    Installation view, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

  • Close up of TV screens with images of human face and gorilla on it

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    TV Moore, Rum Jungle

    Installation view, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

  • Photo of a room with walls painted lime green and pink. TV monitors are mounted on the walls as paintings would be

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    TV Moore, Rum Jungle

    Installation view, Campbelltown Arts Centre.

 

Rum Jungle, an exhibition by one of Australia’s most prominent artists, TV Moore, recently opened at Campbelltown Arts Centre.

Described as a self-styled and panoramic trip through his practice, in this exhibition TV Mooredraws on his catalogue of video work, recent experiments with paint and photography and ambitious new animations, to create what he describes as an interdependent world that invites audiences to be immersed in an inebriating environment.

Rum Jungle is an unofficial sideshow to the current Sydney Biennale, in which Moore is also represented, and resulted from an invitation from Campbelltown Arts Centre for Moore to create a solo exhibition of his work.

Michael Dagostino, Director of the arts centre said “Campbelltown Arts Centre is excited to be able to display a succession of works by such an iconic Australia artist. TV Moore’s work is dynamic, it’s edgy, and the exhibition will transform our gallery spaces. TV Moore is an important Australian artist and this exhibition shows how both his work and practice have developed throughout his career to date.”

TV Moore’s work is dynamic, it’s edgy, and the exhibition will transform our gallery spaces.

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