Stuart Ringholt, Of, 2024, Ink and collage on paper, 100 x 75cm (unframed)
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Stuart Ringholt In Hundreds of Species 19 July - 10 August 2024
Stuart Ringholt, Of, 2024, Ink and collage on paper, 100 x 75cm (unframed)

Opening Friday the 19th of July, 6-8pm.

Stuart Ringholt lives and works in Melbourne on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. His work takes many forms including performance, video, drawing, collage, sculpture and collaborative workshops. Personal and social themes such as fear and embarrassment are often represented through absurd situations or amateur self-help environments. Ringholt’s recent solo exhibitions include; Stuart Ringholt
Conceptual Art Improved My Embarrassing Life, CACHE, Melbourne (2024), Landscapes Haydens Melbourne (2022), Line Work 99% Melbourne (2022), Landscapes and Factories Station Melbourne (2021), Recent Collage AAAB Melbourne (2021), Stuart Ringholt AGWA Perth (2020), Theatre Stills Neon Parc Melbourne (2018), Works On Paper Neon Parc Melbourne (2017), Stuart Ringholt: Nudes, Signs, and a Contract Osmos Gallery New York (2015) and Kraft Institute Of Modern Art Brisbane and Monash University Museum of Art Melbourne (2014). Recent group shows include; Aichi Triennale, Nagoya Japan (2019), When the other meets the other other? Cultural Center Belgrade (2017), Proposals to Surrender Ming Contemporary Art Museum Shanghai (2016), The Talking Cure Oakville Galleries Canada (2013), dOCUMENTA 13 Germany (2012), Singapore Biennale (2011) and Sydney Biennale (2008). He is the author of Hashish Psychosis: What it’s Like to be Mentally Ill and Recover (2006) and A Problem Smile: Workshops, Tours and Discos (2018). He received a PhD (Philosophy) in 2016 from Monash University.