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FELTspace is an artist run organisation supporting, developing and presenting emerging, experimental, and diverse exhibitions and public programs. Our gallery is located at 12 Compton Street, AdelaideOpenings occur on the first Wednesday of every month.

Established in 2008 with an exhibition space at the heart of Adelaide's Central Market district, FELTspace has quickly become a centre for the emerging contemporary visual arts community. Remaining an important site for the development, exhibition and discussion of new work by emerging and recognised visual artists in South Australia. FELTspace has a focus on promoting emerging and early career artists, with opportunities for more established artists to show in a non-commercial and non-institutional space.



Opening - 5:30 PM - Wednesday, 1st March

Artist Talks - 6:00pm

Running - 2nd February - 18th March 2017

In her realisation of Umberto Eco’s essay ‘On the Impossibility of Drawing a Map of the Empire on a Scale of 1 to 1’, Sara Morawetz explores the boundaries that exist between the real and its representation, examining the inherent complexities and logistical absurdities of working at a life-size scale. 


Opening - 5:30 PM - Wednesday, 1st March

Artist Talks - 6:00pm

Running - 2nd February - 18th March 2017

Zoe Brooks’ work encompasses a broad range of media including painting, drawing, video and performance. Her work can be positioned within the contextual framework of community art where she is interested in facilitating encounters where art can happen by working collaboratively with minority groups to create authentic art experiences.  

FELTDARK: RENUKA RAJIV (INDIA) - exploration in motion

Screening from 8:00pm - Wednesday, 1st March

Running - 2nd March - 18th March 2017

FELTdark is viewable: Wed - Sat: 7pm - 12pm

Renuka's latest work is a series of drawings in time. It involves having slowed the drawing process excessively and then having sped those interrupted gestures right up in sequence. This produces some pretty awkward rhythms than might make a musician cringe. 

FELTspace is generously supported by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia.


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FELTspace acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of the nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work in Tarntanyangga Adelaide.