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Luke Roberts: Alphastation/Alphaville

Luke Roberts: Alphastation/Alphaville

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Luke Roberts: Alphastation/Alphaville


150 pages paperback colour illustrations

Alphastation/Alphaville is the catalogue produced by Brisbane's Institute of Modern Art (IMA) in conjunction with the exhibition by the same name held during November 2010 and July 2011. This collection is selected from a body of work entitled AlphaStation/Alphaville; the title conflates Roberts’s recollection of childhood experiences in his hometown, Alpha, in central Queensland, and Jean-Luc Godard’s classic sci-fi film, Alphaville (1965), set on a distant planet far in the future but filmed on location in night-time Paris. Much of Roberts’ work explores fame, celebrity, notoriety and white culture: portraits of Roberts as Adolf Hitler and Andy Warhol blur lines between homosexual, homophobic and asexual culture and, obliquely but provocatively, engage the idea of repression.

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