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In collaboration

Representative image for The Third Wave

The Third Wave

This exhibition celebrates 20 years of the Hill End Artists in Residence Program. It is curated by Sarah Gurich. The works are drawn entirely from Bathurst Regional Art Gallery’s permanent collection, including photography by Tim Brook and sculpture by Ruth Hingston.

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1 August–28 September 2014
Representative image for Shaping Canberra:<br /><small>the lived experience of a changing landscape</small>

Shaping Canberra:
the lived experience of a changing landscape

An exhibition at the ANU School of Art Gallery, Ellery Crescent, Acton ACT, curated by Ruth Hingston for the centenary of Canberra, including Fire Station, a multimedia work by Tim Brook and Arne Hanna

This exhibition highlights the variety and inventiveness of professional artists who live and work in Canberra. It includes works in a wide range of media, from embroidery to digital animation. Each work in the exhibition draws on material from a local collection of cultural material. Each celebrates an aspect of the lives and experiences of real Canberrans, people who have worked, raised families, played sport, made art and created communities, unaffected by the antics of the fly-in-fly-out politicians whose pronouncements are routinely attributed to a mythical ‘Canberra’.

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18 September–19 October 2013
Representative image for Static Display

Static Display

Objects from the Canberra Fire Museum, including a collection of prints and reproductions assembled by Tim Brook and Ruth Hingston

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Saturday 15 June 2013
Representative image for Observations

Observations

An exhibition of photomedia work by Tim Brook, curated by Ruth Hingston, in The Photography Room, upstairs at The Artists Shed, 14 Foster Street, Queanbeyan NSW.

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3 August to 2 September 2012
Representative image for Untitled Moments

Untitled Moments

A screening at PhotoAccess, Manuka ACT, of a digital animation by Tim Brook, Ruth Hingston and Alistair Riddell

Slow, quirky and very Canberra, Untitled Moments is a digital animation based on embroidery.

Untitled Moments is a collaborative project exploring the visual impact of embroidery and photography in a digital animation. We’ve used digital technologies to combine images and sound to create narrative fragments—imagined incidents drawn from our observations of Canberra’s most unremarkable moments.

The resulting work does not attempt to mimic cartoons or conventional animations. It’s a pastiche, an idiosyncratic mixture of embroidery, drawing, watercolour, photography, scanography, digital animation, field recordings and digitally generated sounds. The final effect is sometimes contemplative, sometimes deliberately cheesy.

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5–29 April 2012
Representative image for Embracing Innovation

Embracing Innovation

An exhibition at CraftACT, Canberra City ACT, including Untitled Moments, a digital animation by Tim Brook, Ruth Hingston and Alistair Riddell

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31 March–7 May 2011
Representative image for Enduring Intimacy

Enduring Intimacy

Dance theatre at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra ACT

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24–25 November 2008
Representative image for Nije Crna

Nije Crna

An exhibition at PhotoAccess, Griffith ACT as part of Vivid, the national photography festival, including an installation by Ruth Hingston and Tim Brook with Lea Collins

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14 June–17 July 2008
Representative image for Рад у Току

Рад у Току

An installation at the Academy of Fine Art, Cetinje, Montenegro

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1 November 2007
Representative image for Crna Gora

Crna Gora

Artists in Residence at the Academy of Fine Art, Cetinje, Montenegro

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September–November 2007