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artwork: alan constable camera. opening night photographs: ‘Movement and Emotion’ at Arts Project Australia, Melbourne

Movement and Emotion exhibition dates: 20th October – 26th November 2011

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I have added a new Alan Constable camera to my collection. Yah!

The one I have chosen is very unusual. The camera has a third eye and a stunning glaze. You can seen more of Alan’s cameras in the group exhibition The Machine now on at Craft Victoria, Flinders Lane until the 26th November 2011. The exhibition features the work of three Arts Project Australia artists: Alan Constable, Chris O’Brien and Terry Williams. All three artists explore machine aesthetics within their practice.

I really do hope that the National Gallery of Victoria purchases some of these cameras. They are the most unusual and beautiful sculptural pieces I have seen in a long time.

Many thankx to Art Project Australia for allowing me to publish the photographs in the posting. Please click on the photographs for a larger version of the image. See more images from the Movement and Emotion exhibition.

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Dr Marcus Bunyan holding his new Alan Constable camera at the opening of Movement and Emotion 2011.
More of Alan’s cameras can be seen behind.

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Alan Constable
Not titled (three lens red camera)
2011

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Marcus with jeweller Marianne Cseh at right looking at the Alan Constable camera

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Opening night crowd at Movement and Emotion, Arts Project Australia

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Opening night, with at left curator and artist Paul Hodges, artist Jodie Noble (seated), myself and, at right, Jonah Jones, President of the board of Arts Project Australia

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Marcus giving the opening night speech for the exhibition Movement and Emotion. Read the opening night speech.
I was so nervous my jeweller friend Marianne said she could see my hands shaking from where she was standing in the crowd!!

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Artist Catherine Staughton standing in front of her work

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Saturday 
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Dr Marcus Bunyan is an Australian artist and writer. His work explores the boundaries of identity and place. He writes the Art Blart blog which reviews exhibitions in Melbourne, Australia and posts exhibitions from around the world. He has a Dr of Philosophy from RMIT University, Melbourne and is currently studying a Master of Art Curatorship at The University of Melbourne.

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