Reflecting Location | Calum Hurley

19 September – 11 October
Opening event | Thursday 19th September, 6-8pm
Guest Speaker | Emma Fey, CEO Guildhouse
Artist Walking Tour | Saturday 5th October 3-4:30pm

The smallest details often allow us to understand the bigger picture. In the immersive Reflecting Location, Hurley presents captured details from around Adelaide that reflect our personal and collective relationships with the city. Projected footage is intercepted and augmented by a central sculptural form which reflects and refracts a recognisable yet distorted vision of Adelaide.

Click HERE to read the Catalogue Essay written by Brydie Kosmina

Artist Walking Tour
Calum Hurley will lead the walking group through the Bowden area surrounding the gallery. In the same process by which the exhibition ‘Reflecting Location’ was developed, Calum will facilitate a slow observation of the urban geography. Participants will be invited to reflect on the seemingly minute moments of beauty to be found in the stark urban landscape.

Participants are encouraged to bring their iPhone or camera to capture location as guided by Calum, small mirrors will be provided to experiment with composition.

This will be a guided walking tour, but will not be an instructive class. Previous experience using iPhone cameras is recommended.

Click HERE to check out the Walking Tour Map

We acknowledge that the land on which this walking tour will be held is the traditional lands of the Kaurna people, and pay our respects and gratitude to Elders past, present, and emerging.

BANNER IMAGE | Calum Hurley, Reflecting Location (detail II – aeroplanes overhead), 2019, video still and mirror projection, Adelaide. Courtesy the artist.