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Populate! update #24 (Who you gonna call?)

Behind the scenes

There's something straaange... in the neighbourhood.

Working installation image (no projector) of Tony Oursler Spectar 2006 fibreglass and gesso, audio/video projection. Courtesy of the artist, Jensen Sydney and Fox/Jensen Auckland.

Working installation image (no projector) of Tony Oursler Spectar 2006 fibreglass and gesso, audio/video projection. Courtesy of the artist, Jensen Sydney and Fox/Jensen Auckland.

Yup, we're possessed. But in a good way. If you could sneak past our ever vigilant staff up into the CAG space at 212 Madras right now, you might see this cross between a Barbara Hepworth sculpture and a ghostly fungus hanging out at the back of the space. It's the fibreglass body of Spectar, the largest of the Tony Oursler works in our Bright Burn Want exhibition (open to the public from the 10th). It's a pretty interesting object in its denuded state, but just wait till we hook up the projector. Lights, camera, action, magic.

Tony Oursler Spectar 2006 fibreglass and gesso, audio/video projection. Courtesy of the artist, Jensen Sydney and Fox/Jensen Auckland.

Tony Oursler Spectar 2006 fibreglass and gesso, audio/video projection. Courtesy of the artist, Jensen Sydney and Fox/Jensen Auckland.

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Exhibition
Tony Oursler: Bright Burn Want

Tony Oursler: Bright Burn Want

The fantastically strange, inescapably human works of renowned video artist Tony Oursler.