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Jota Castro 'Low Cost Tour - Second Stop'

Jota Castro
Low Cost Tour - Second Stop

Opening: 19 May 2010 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Exhibition: 19 May 2010 - 12 June 2010


This is one part of two exhibitions presented simultaneously by Jota Castro in Melbourne.
The first exhibition is held at Uplands Gallery, 247 High St. Prahran, Melbourne, Australia

Both exhibitions open on the same night.

UPLANDS opening 5:30 - 7:00PM

Y3K opening 6:30 - 8:30PM

The galleries will run a single bus service from Uplands to Y3K departing Uplands at 7.00pm. Please RSVP to y3kgallery@gmail.com to reserve your spot.

Let’s be together on a bus.

Jota Castro also features in the 2010 Sydney Biennale

Y3K 'Structural Integrity'

Structural Integrity Next Wave Festival, Melbourne

Opening Thursday May 13 from 6:00PM

Arts House, Meat Market, 5 Blackwood St, North Melbourne

Exhibition Times · Friday May 14—Sunday May 30

Duration: 12 to 8pm. (Sunday 30 May 12 to 5pm)

Exploring independent arts cultures from across Australia and Asia, Structural Integrity includes the work of six Australian and five Asian Galleries. The exhibition will be open every day of the Festival, and is Next Wave’s biggest and most ambitious engagement with the Asia-Pacific region in the Festival’s 25-year history.

Working on-site at the Meat Market in the month leading up to the Festival, each artist group will create a large-scale structure, or ‘pavilion’, inside this vast historical building.

Y3K presents an architectural structure of no-structure to establish and define a space-exhisting-within a space. Involving work from Tahi Moore, Joshua Petherick, Lizzy Newman , Nick Mangan, f f I X X e d, Fiona Connor, Free School, Alex Vivian, A Constructed World, SPEECH and What Archive?, ames Deutsher and Christopher L G Hill. With Freshly released publications from Fiona Connor + Kate Newby + Simon Denny, Y3K and Free School.

Supporters: Arts Victoria, City of Melbourne, Arts House, Australia Council for the Arts, Sidney Myer Fund, Australian Indonesia Institute, Australia Japan Foundation, Asialink, Harold Mitchell Foundation

Other art space include: Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo, Japan; Boxcopy Contemporary Art Space, Brisbane, Australia;FELTspace, Adelaide, Australia; House of Natural Fiber, Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Locksmith Project Space, Sydney, Australia; Post-Museum, Singapore; Six_a Artist Run Initiative, Hobart, Australia; Tutok, Manila, Philippines; Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou, China; West Space, Melbourne, Australia; Y3K, Melbourne, Australia