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Wednesday 29 May 2024
Open 9:00am - 5:00pm

Deeply Decayed

21 April 2023 - 28 May 2023

Deeply Decayed

Caleb Cameron
Umbrella

Caleb Cameron, Tattered-01-02, 2022, Worn photographic print.

In an immersive photomontage installation, Caleb Cameron references urban postering aesthetics to explore concepts surrounding nihilism, isolation, and neglect. 

Please note: Deeply Decayed is presented in Umbrella’s downstairs Vault space with limited accessibility. One staircase leads to the Vault then there is a step up into the room. Please call Umbrella staff prior to your visit if you would like to discuss your options and arrange a time to access the space via our rear door on Ogden St. | Viewer discretion is advised as this installation includes photographs containing nudity.

Exhibitions launch 
6pm Friday 21 April 2023
Deeply Decayed will open at 6pm with speeches from approximately 6:30pm. Deeply Decayed will open alongside Claudine Marzik - The Body Language of PlantsSusan Peters Nampitjin - Tungkurl and Erica Muriata Midja. Please join us to celebrate these artists and works. 

Umbrella Floortalk
10am Saturday 22 April
Join Umbrella and artists Claudine Marzik, Susan Peters Nampitjin and Caleb Cameron for a discussion about their exhibitions and their art practices. Read the full details here.

Caleb Cameron is a multimedia artist whose practice incorporates film, photography, collage and writing. His aim is to create a multi-layered experience for the viewer, both content-wise and thematically, always allowing the viewer room to explore through their own perspectives and frameworks. Cameron started his journey in late 2020 by creating his first short film Gothenburg as the cinematographer for the North Queensland based production company Theatre of Diversion. He has since directed and written several independent films including Preliminary Information, Rose-3 and Saprobe. He has also produced and directed a multi-media art exhibition called Dark Lining in collaboration with Diffraction Collective; produced several photography and poem collections; and released two multi-media books - Path Bound and Portraits Upon Words.

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408 Flinders Street,
Gurambilbarra (Townsville),
Qld, 4810 Australia

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Qld, 4810 Australia

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Acknowledgement of Country

Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts respectfully acknowledges the Wulgurukaba of Gurambilbarra and Yunbenun and the surrounding groups of our region - Bindal, Gugu Badhan, Nywaigi, Warrgamay, Bandjin and Gudjal - as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we gather, share and celebrate local creative practice. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the first people of Australia. They have never ceded sovereignty and remain strong in their enduring connection to land and Culture.

Umbrella is a Dealer Member of the Indigenous Art Code. This means we are committed to fair and ethical trade with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, and transparency in the promotion and sale of artwork. As a Dealer Member and signatory to the Code we must act fairly, honestly, professionally and in good conscience in all direct or indirect dealings with artists.

Acknowledgements

Umbrella is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy, and by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, state and territory governments. | Umbrella is supported by the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation and receives funds through the Australian Cultural Fund. | Townsville City Council is a funding partner of Umbrella's program.