Archive for August, 2010


Friday, August 13th, 2010

Our friendly fellow curator Joe Izrock from Monster Children’s long awaited group show to end all group shows.


hHats off sir.

see you there.

LO-FI Collective

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

The Opening Hours proudly supports LO-FI Collective.

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and heres the blog

Joel Birch

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

On tour check his blog

Youngbloods tour wrap up. from Joel Birch on Vimeo.


Monday, August 9th, 2010

This is a new one from the weekend as a send off for Yok on his way to the big apple. we’re coming sooo see you at yours boy! ha!

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Roachy Blues

Monday, August 9th, 2010

Caught my good mate Joel from Brisbane a few weeks back whilst he was touring with his band THE AMITY AFFLICTION

Joel also runs AM/PM

Check it.

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“The Absence of Man” Exhibition by Two One and Thomas Jackson.

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

My good friends Tom and Two are having a show at the heights. It will be a not to be missed event.


‘In The Absence of Man, nature will take over.’

The Absence of man is an exhibition by Twoone and Thomas Jackson, two artists well known to the Melbourne street art scene. Although exhibiting along side each other for many years, this is the first exhibition these acclaimed artist have done exclusively together.

Both artists use an abstract touch of nature to take you to a new world where nature has retaken the world and the absence of man is seen by the decrepit remains of old buildings and natural regrowth.
These artiest choices of colours and attention to detail make it easy for the viewer to disappear into the world they have created. The framing of there work almost makes you believe they are looking through a window into this strange and beautiful world.
These two artists fascination of the ‘found’ and ‘mans need to build’, mixed with a love of nature has really come through in this body of work. In the absence of man, nature will take over.