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The Brothers Gruchy exhibition a Bundaberg first

The Brothers Gruchy exhibition
The Brothers Gruchy will be a spectacular exhibition of art never seen before in the Bundaberg Region when it opens on 14 February.

Bundaberg-raised, highly acclaimed award-winning digital artists Mic and Tim Gruchy will showcase their innovation at The Brothers Gruchy exhibition.

The Brothers Gruchy will be a spectacular exhibition of art never seen before in the Bundaberg Region when it opens on 14 February.

The Brothers Gruchy, Tim and Mic grew up, five years apart, in Bundaberg through the sixties and seventies but it was not until the mid-eighties that they began working together extensively.

Most of their collaborative undertakings are in the performative arts. Together they pioneered the use of video and multimedia in theatre, opera, contemporary dance, musicals and commercial projects.

Mic is a video designer who works across stage, screen and video art. His commissioned works include video installations for the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Olympic Park and the Biennale of Sydney.

Mic’s shows have won Helpmann Awards and he was awarded an Australia Council Established Artist’s Fellowship for Interdisciplinary Practice in 2012.

Video: Paul Donaldson

Mic Gruchy art displayed during Milbi Festival

Last year Mic’s work was projected at the Moncrieff Entertainment Centre for a special screening after the opening of the inaugural Milbi Festival.

Tim is an internationally renowned visual musician and multi-media artist. He's exhibited multimedia works, photography, video, music and performance since the early 1980s.

Tim’s works are in private, corporate and museum collections, and the public art arena.

His installations and performances feature in international and Australasian institutions, festivals and public spaces.

Across an enormous range of activities, Tim and Mic continue to work together and separately, informing each other’s practice and indeed the creative use of technology.

Drinks and canapes will be served at the opening of The Brothers Gruchy exhibition and is not to be missed. For more information click here.

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