Exhibitions at LAB-14
Carlton Connect invites leaders and communities of people to LAB-14 to be part of our distinctive and accessible series of exhibitions, talks, workshops and seminars. Our approach is to work with the creative communities to bring complex ideas to life through a prism of innovation and discovery, firing the imagination of our leaders and communities.
22 April-19 May 2017. Explores themes of urban expansion and forest activism, and the relationship between human behaviour and the natural environment.
One Last Call
Anna Madeleine and Dr Renee Beale
12 April-14 May 2017. A participatory artwork that considers the environmental impact of manufacturing mobile phones.
Martin King and Peter Sharp
23 March-12 April 2017. Imagines possible urban futures immersed in natural forms, and explores how we can synergistically engage with nature.
9 November-9 December 2016. Explores the capacity of visual geometry and colour combinations to stimulate the senses of hearing and taste.
Autumn Moon over Potato Blossom Mountain
The Hotham Street Ladies
13 October-4 November 2016. In an increasingly globalised world where traditional food cultures are rapidly giving way to Western fast food, this exhibition provokes us to explore the humble potato and its capacity to feed us into the future.
Food Desire and Technology
6 September-4 October 2016. Explores the fragile relation between food, desire and technology. Will new technologies change our thinking about the desirability of food?
21 July-26 August 2016. Explores elements of our current food culture that are in danger of becoming extinct because of climate change, and considers what will remain for generations to come.
CLIMARTE Poster Project exhibition
Angela Brennan, Chris Bond, Jon Campbell, Kate Daw, Katherine Hattam, Siri Hayes, Martin King, Gabrielle de Vietri, Will Foster, Thornton Walker, Miles Howard-Wilkes
5 May-28 May 2016. Eleven Australian artists design posters that engage the community on climate action.
6 April-20 April 2016. An exhibition of prints and paintings from artist Stephen Haley that focuses on aspects of time.
Drew Berry, Dr Simon Cropper, Søren Dahlgaard, Leanne Hermosilla, Tamsen Hopkinson, Alice Potter, and Dr Tony Weatherley.
7 October-24 November 2015. An exhibition uncovering the hidden curiosities buried in soil, encouraging a deeper search for our connection to the land.