B E AT P E ACE, lovely, lovely
Fort Delta is pleased to present B E AT P E ACE, lovely, lovely a solo exhibition of new sculpture and moving image works by Spencer Lai. This exhibition also marks the artist’s representation with the gallery – having participated in numerous group exhibitions and special projects at Fort Delta since its establishment in 2013. The exhibition, which will occupy the lower half of the gallery, will be on view from June 3 – July 2, 2016.
An opening reception will be held on Thursday, June 2 from 6:00pm until 8:00pm.
Spencer Lai completed their BFA (with Honours) at VCA in 2014. Alongside a solo artist practice, Spencer is a co-founder of the collaborative project Monica’s Gallery with Jake Swinson.A selection of forthcoming exhibitions and projects include: 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art at the Akademie der Kunste, Berlin, with Rare Candy, Alden Epp and Amber Wright (June 2016); TarraWarra Biennial 2016: Endless Circulation as Monica’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely, in collaboration with 3ply and Centre for Style (August 2016); tell me what you have and I will tell you what you are, a group exhibition and publication, as Monica’s Gallery, curated byDissect Journal (August 2016). A selection of recent exhibitions include: LENTO VIOLENTO, a solo exhibition at TCB Art Inc. (2016); To Wound The Autumnal City, a group exhibitionat Punk Café (2016); An Awful Leisure, with Beth Caird (as Monica’s Gallery) at Pansy (2016); The Bathhouse Show,a group exhibitioncurated by Ella Křivánek, Tokyo (2016); WORLD INDUSTRIES, a curatorial project Monica’s Gallery with Jessie Kiely at Punk Café (2015); youth, born at brunch (from a wish), a solo exhibition at George Paton Gallery (2015); CABIN FEVER CREATURE, a group exhibition curated by Centre for Style (2015); Monica’s Gallery Presents: The Artist Interprets HIGHPOINT,a curatorial project as Monica’s Gallery at Fort Delta (2014); the smell of an oily rag, a group exhibition at Fort Delta (2015); do you want me to come downstairs, with rollers in my hair?, an exhibition with Jake Swinson at BLINDSIDE (2014). Spencer currently lives and works in Melbourne.