Disrupted Materiality

Exhibition on view:7th-17th March, Thursday to Sunday, 10am-3pm

Opening event: Saturday March 9th, 6-10pm

KEPK Space, 241 Station Rd, Yeerongpilly 4105 QLD

Disrupted Materiality brings together various works by Brisbane-based artist, creative technologist and musician, Timothy Tate, whose repurposing of outdated consumer electronics offer a dialogue between our analog past and digital present. This exhibition showcases Tate’s work in instrument building, circuit bending/hardware hacking and reimagining of obsolete media across a variety of sonic and visual pieces. Exploring feedback as a generative process, each piece reflects Tate’s exploration of creative potential within obsolete technologies alongside a collaborative work with Zenobia Frost. Through Disrupted Materiality, Tate invites viewers to reconsider everyday objects, challenging conventional functionality and prompting reflection on the lifecycle of technology and how we perceive the material world.