I.d cards In Sofia Bulgaria

Four panels and four large prints of the work “I.d” by “George Alamidis” have been included in “WORK IN MOTION” An exhibition Curated by Per Pegelow and Etta Gerdes. 1st -19th of June at: The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate 15, ljuben karavelov st. Sofia Bulgaria. The I.d cards and works on paper were delayed by Bulgarian customs, and were not on the gallery walls for the opening

work on paper (under construction)

The starting point for these works is my digital collection of correspondence from the past. Letters, notes, stamps and envelops amidst other things. I find the handwriting particularly interesting because my own lacks any of the refined qualities found in the collection. Visual tension is created between the personal message and the stamps and other approval signs. This visual tension becomes much more sinister when you note that the information

Your Documents Please Update

The latest news from Daniel Georgesabout the show “Your Documents Please”“We are pleased to announce the publication of images from “YourDocuments Please” in the November issue of the Italian fashionMagazine “Amica”. Works by Akane Kirimura, Liliana Rusu, LuisaSartori, Corrine Bayraktaroglu, and Beata Wehr were reproduced. After a snafu that held it in customs for a week or two, the“documents” are in Budapest, thanks to Mitsuo Toshida and László Böröcz. The

Your Documents Please

The website for this group exhibition has been launched please have a look. There is a huge number of contributors to this exhibition, I’ll be able to remove my list of artists and replace it with this link to the show. Next show will be in August 2, 2008 – August 17, 2008 —– ZAIM, Yokohama, Japan.


NEW TERRAIN – Sustainability, Environment and Community is an eclectic exhibition of twenty artists associated with Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT) Visual Arts Department. NEW TERRAIN highlights various contemporary art practices involving photo-media, painting and small-scale sculpture, reinvigorating the idea of sustainability through diverse personal and artistic responses. The artists explore concepts of sustainability, the fragility and complexity of the natural world and the importance of embracing sustainable practices