Dark Entries delves into the simultaneity of experience, the act of looking back whilst looking forward, and the interpolation of memories into a single, yet multi-dimensional timeline.

Extending on Ross’ July 2020 residency and exhibition Dark Matter(s) at Metro Arts @Hope Street, Dark Entries steps into a void of past realms, remixing spatial and video elements into a matrix of current situations and sensations.

Staged as an installation of video projections and domestic screening devices, the work attempts to synthesise the past and the future, exploring time and zones, and ultimately the moment we find ourselves in…now.  


25 November – 5 December 2020

Mon – Tue      10am-4pm
Wed – Sat       10am-10pm
Sun                  Closed

Image by Louis Lim. 


Gallery One
Metro Arts @ West Village




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Rebecca Ross

Rebecca Ross lives on Queensland’s Gold Coast where she works as an artist, academic and director of The Walls Art Space. Rebecca’s work is concerned with mapping the junctures of site, situation and sensation. Since completing a Master of Fine Art at Queensland University of Technology (2005) she has undertaken major art projects for Festival 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and Bleach Festival, and participated in international artist in residence programs in Malta, Italy and New Zealand. Rebecca has exhibited at the Embassy of Australia in Washington D.C. U.S.A. (2012), been awarded the Rome Studio at the British School at Rome by the Australia Council for the Arts (2013) and supported by the City of Gold Coast to undertake a mentorship and travel to Los Angeles and Miami, U.S.A. (2014). Rebecca has been actively involved in the contemporary art scene in South East Queensland since the millennium and her contribution to the Gold Coast arts ecology has been recognised with an International Women’s Day Leadership Award (2020).