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FRACAS4 is open from Friday 5 February

Open 11am-5pm, Fri-Sun  5-7 February

Opening event Saturday 6 February 1-5pm


FRACAS continues Articulate’s experiment with exhibition practice begun with  FAIRISLE,  FERALFERRETFERMENT and FROLIC FREEZE  in previous years. It presents the exhibition as a changing site by re-contextualising each artwork with new works installed in the gaps left by the departure of works that were installed earlier. This weekly coming and going of artworks is a slow and progressive art-dance, each step of which is seen by coming to each of its six Friday-Sunday iterations until February 22. Opening events are each Saturday 1-5pm.

FRACAS FOUR shows the work of Maria Alvarado, Brett Anthony Moore, Bettina Bruder, Mia Domansky Michele Elliot, Julia Hemens, Isobel Johnston + Jude Crawford, Diane McCarthy and Bruce McCalmont, Mahalya Middlemist, Sue Murray and Isobel Johnston, and Anke Stäcker.


Artists participating in FRACAS over its six week program are Lisa Andrew, Pamela Leung, Tara McIntosh, Raymond Matthews, Margaret Roberts, Sue Callanan, Kit Bylett, Jeni Mulvey, Stefania Riccardi, Sadhbha Cockburn, Bruce McCalmont, Kiwibull Art, Alyssa Clemson, A Legge, Michele Elliot, Sue Murray, Mahalya Middlemist, Diane McCarthy, Anke Stäcker, Maria Alvarado, Brett Anthony Moore, Isobel Johnston + Sue Murray, Lucy Keirle, Julia Hemens, Mia Domansky, Kim Bennett, Elke Wohlfahrt, Em Ingram-Shute, Annelies Jahn, Bettina Bruder, Seema Akhmetova, Jane Alexander, Steve Simpson + Paul Sutton, Isobel Johnston + Jude crawford, Vilma Bader, Kansas Smeaton, Isabella Cooke, Lisa Pang, Anya Pesce, Sonia Vuchich, and Riley Anderson. Images of artwork appear on as it is installed.

Conditions of entry to Fracas:
There are limited places in Articulate due to COVID restrictions. 
Please do not come if you are unwell or a contact of a COVID-19 case.
Use the hand sanitisers provided at the entrance to Articulate.
Complete your contact tracing information on entry to Articulate.
Keep 1.5 metres distance from others or wear a face mask