Posted by kluster on March 22, 2011
Q. What do Welcome Stranger, Siberia Records and Lo-fi Collective have in common?
A. They’ll all be coming together this Friday (at Lo-Fi Gallery, of course) to present WS010.
Q. And what exactly is WS010?
A. Well according to our mates at Lo-Fi it’s, “An exhibition of recent works accompanied by a live performance installation from Siberia Records.”
See? It says so right there, on the flyer. Too easy.
Lo-Fi Collective are currently taking up space at: Floor 3, 383 Bourke St in Surry Hills 2010.
Posted by kluster on November 8, 2010
Get your introspective self down to our artistic friends at Lo-Fi Collective next Thursday 12th at 6pm to catch Yimmy Yayo’s ‘Untitled & Unrelated’ photographic exhibition. Why the showcase? Apart from the obvious answer, "Why not", there's this:
When asked about the photos on display, Yimmy says he’s, “Just happy sharing them, and happy people like to look at them.”
Being the fine, charitable chap that he is, Yimmy has decided to donate all the proceeds from the exhibition to JUMP, Australia’s largest mentoring program for young emerging artists in Sydney. Raffle tickets ($1) will be sold at the door and inside exhibition. See some fantastic photography and maybe win yourself a prize!
Posted by kluster on October 26, 2010
We’ve been fans of Sydney visual artist, Cara Stricker since before she started taking stunning shots for us, making amazing short films, animating the credits of feature films, making videos for bands and designers and basically just being as prolific as all get out.
We’ve loved Lo-Fi Collective since they first flung open their doors, providing artists with a free space to exhibit their work and keep all profit from the sale of their work. Not to mention the fact that they also feature an impressive range of international artists.
So, it stands to reason that we would be rather excited by It was kind of like this, an exhibition of Cara Stricker’s photographs opening at Lo-Fi Collective at 6pm tomorrow (Thursday) night. The series on display was taking during a recent trip to the USA, on route to and at the infamous Burning Man festival. We’ve been privy to the works and you can take it from us they’re as whimsical as all get out. Well worth a look-see.
So go look, see?
Posted by Audrey Lee on August 31, 2010
Inspired by the once-popular swanky bars from the 90s, the folks at Peer Group recently launched a new bar on the Darlinghurst, Sydney block. LO-FI, also home to an innovative gallery space, LO-FI Collective is a six-month initiative showcasing the best of Australia’s prolific creatives on a weekly basis. Local artists will also be joined by a few of their international counterparts.
The event highlights include featured works by one of Sydney’s most influential street artist Numskull; Japanese photographer, editor and creative director of CexWork Yasumasa Yonehara, and Sydney photographer and Kluster studio mate, Yimmy Yayo.More...
Posted by Audrey Lee on August 27, 2010
After a successful sell-out show, King For a Day Melbourne artist Meggs is wasting no time moving on to yet another esoteric installation. Based on the song of the same name by Alexisonfire, Sons of Privilege contains a series of artworks largely inspired by the lyric, ‘We don’t want to be slaves to the sons of privilege’. According to organisers, the collection is an exploration of personal freedoms and liberties, blind patriotism and political provocation.
Sons of Privilege opens to the public tonight at 6pm.
LO-FI Collective is at 383 Bourke St, Darlinghurst, Sydney.