Hannah Raisin, Strawberry Sunday, 2010, single channel video, 30 sec, edition of 3 + 1 A/P


Hannah Raisin’s video work, Strawberry Sunday, is showing in the MARS Gallery bathroom until 20 December. 


‘Women don’t shit.’ These words were etched into my memory after being told this years ago by a fellow teenager. Strawberry Sunday humorously plays out this vision, imagining what secretions would be celebrated emitting from an ‘ideal’ woman.


Originally made for the show The View From Here: 19 Perspectives on Feminism, this work unpacks a desire to at once allure and repulse – creating an opportunity for the viewer to question what it is they are looking at and how the looking makes them feel.’ 

Bayside City Council Gallery
Freshwater/Saltwater Exhibition
Saturday, July 21, 2018 to Sunday, September 9, 2018


View Simon Finn’s work at Bayside City Council Gallery’s current exhibition Freshwater/ Saltwater, a collaborative exhibition between Gallery at Bayside Arts & Cultural Centre and Shepparton Art Museum. 


Freshwater/Saltwater features contemporary and historical works that highlight how water remains central to identity, and to how and where we live. Artworks reveal the evolving narratives of place and people through connections to water from  Aboriginal Australians and first European settlement to the perspectives of contemporary artists in the present day.



MARS recently made their debut at VOLTA, Basel with a solo presentation by artist Daniel Agdag.

VOLTA is Basel’s art fair for new international positions, debuted in 2005 as a collaboration between dealers and friends. The aim was to secure a platform for international galleries beyond young art stalwart Liste and market heavyweight Art Basel.

Courtesy of Nicholas Winter Photography.


Hannah Raisin, Spectrum, 2016, Single channel video, 26 minutes, edition of 10, part of  PROVOCARÉ, 670 Chapel


See MARS artists Simon Pericich, Hannah Raisin and Cameron Robbin everyday of Chapel Street’s PROVOCARÉ Festival of the Arts, July 5-15.