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Single Channel | 12 August - 24 September 2023

Published on Thursday, 22 June 2023 at 9:38:52 AM

Image credit: Tony Albert, Girramay/Yidinji/Kuku-Yalanji peoples, I am visible (video still), 2019, National Gallery of Australia, Kamberri/Canberra © the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf

I don’t fight for anything but I stand for many things,

one of them is art. Art has the ability to: heal; transcend culture,

age and language; change the way we see the world and; educate.

TONY ALBERT Girramay/Yidinji/Kuku-Yalanji peoples

EXHIBITION DATES: 12 August - 24 September 2023

OPENING NIGHT: Friday 25 August 2023.  Book tickets Here


Drawn from the national collection, Single Channel brings together moving image artworks from 2000 to 2019 by some of Australia's most nationally and internationally significant artists.

The works consider notions of identity in powerful, unexpected and mesmerising ways. Focusing on works by First Nations and Australian artists, the exhibition includes work by Tony Albert, Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser collaboration, Silvana and Gabriella Mangano, Club Até, Shaun Gladwell and Tracey Moffatt.

More information about upcoming Outreach Sessions will be announced on the GRAG website when available.

Single Channel is a National Gallery Touring Exhibition supported by the Australian Government through the National Collection Institutions Touring and Outreach Program.




Join us for 3 sessions over 1 week for a moving image production workshop developed in partnership with PhotoAccess and the National Gallery of Australia.

02/10/23, Monday 2pm-4pm AWST
04/10/23, Wednesday 2pm-4pm AWST
06/10/23, Friday 2pm-4pm AWST

This workshop is for people in Western Australia aged 15 and up. The finished works will be displayed in the Ellenbrook Arts alongside the Single Channel exhibition at the next stop on the tour.

PLEASE NOTE: Participants (Age 15 and up) must attend all sessions and require a smartphone or camera to shoot video and a computer with stable internet for the online sessions.


Exhibiting alongside the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery showing of Single Channel

2023 Y12 Nagle Catholic College Media Students’ Films and Media Perspectives 2022.

The first collection consists of multiple digital media artworks created by top Year 12 students at Nagle Catholic College during their Digital Media Studies Classes in 2023, depicting various subject matter.


Media Perspectives 2022

the second collection, consists of multiple digital media artworks created by highly ranked senior students across the State as part of their ATAR studies. These works were judged and curated by a panel through Australian Teachers of Media Western Australia (ATOM WA).



Please Note: Artist by Tracey Moffatt (in collaboration with Gary Hillberg) contains a brief scene of nudity.


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