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About

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.

Current EXHIBITIONS

FRONT GALLERY: CHRISTINA PEEK (SA) - SINCE THE INVENTION OF THE KISS....

Opening - 5:30 PM - Wednesday, 7th June

Artist Talks - 6:00pm

Running - 8th June - 24th June 2017

Romantic stories often insinuate that romantic relationships are an imperative part of human existence. As each set calls out to be activated the viewer is reminded that romance is not designed for one person, but for two.


BACK GALLERY: JAKE HOLMES (SA) - IT’S COMPLICATED

Opening - 5:30 PM - Wednesday, 7th June

Artist Talks - 6:00pm

Running - 8th June - 24th June 2017


feltdark: Michael Schaefer (SA) - Primary

Screening from 8:00pm - Wednesday, 7th June

Running - 8th June - 24th June 2017

FELTdark is viewable: Wed - Thur: 6pm - 12am, Fri: 7pm - 12am, Sat: 6pm - 12am

Often described as the negative space around inauthenticity lays our true selves.

Authenticity carries with it its own set of moral obligations, which exist regardless of race, gender and class.  If, as in Nietzsche's Eternal Recurrence, you were to repeat this moment this life for all of eternity, would you make a change.


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.