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Seven w/ Another Retrospective

Tue 25 March–FRI 25 April

Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse and Seven w/ Another

What happens when 98 creative people from painters and photographers to mimes and mathematicians get together to create 49 artworks? 

Seven With Another is a biannual art exhibition with a twist. For each exhibition, 14 artists from fields as diverse as photography and film to architecture and dance are invited to participate and work in seven teams of two (hence the name ‘Seven With Another’).

Over the last three years Seven With Another has proudly held seven exhibitions pairing 98 artists in total. In April, Seven With Another’s celebration of creativity and collaboration will be commemorated with a retrospective featuring all 49 works to date taking over the Brisbane Powerhouse.

FIRST EDITION
David Novakovic (developer) + Steven Rhodes (illustrator)
Justin Overell (digital artist) + James McDougall (sound designer)
Jessica Huddart (graphic designer) + Sarah Marion Birchley (stylist)
Sandra Hind (copywriter) + Emma Sheldrake (fine artist)
Neil Davidson (product designer) + Joyce Ho (motion designer)
Skeet Booth (photographer) + Tony Powell (sculptor)
Luke Pendergast (architect) + Monique Kneepkens (graphic designer)

SECOND EDITION
Sofles (graffiti artist) + Alexander Lotersztain (furniture designer)
Rem Bruijn (copywriter) + Ana Diaz (fashion designer)
Tara Simmons (singer/songwriter) + Jennifer Hillhouse (graphic designer)
Damien Bredberg (photographer) + Petey Majik (magician)
Hana Rajkovic (fine artist) + Tori Garrett (film director)
Ben Novakovic (programmer) + Daniel Clifford (sculptor)
James Russell (architect) + Colin Renshaw (visual fx)

THIRD EDITION
Alex Chomicz (film director) + Cezary Stulgis (sculptor)
Colleen Morgan (interaction designer) + Kate Stein (stylist)
Dane Middleton (sound designer) + Kirsty Boyle (robotics artist)
Igor Coric (animator) + Jesse Smith (photographer)
Kitty Horton (illustrator) + Patrick Ozmin (architectural graduate)
Maria Cleary (designer/maker) + Ralph Barnett (art director)
Riki Salam (indigenous artist) + Steve Minon (copywriter)

FOURTH EDITION
Ryan Renshaw (film director) + Martin Smith (photographer)
Timothy Lovett (motion designer) + Clare Dyson (choreographer)
Terry Whidborne (illustrator) + Carly Scoufos (sculptor)
Benjamin Reeve (contemporary artist) + Philip Unwin (maker / physical computing)
Dominique Falla (typographer) + Ryan Walsh (sound designer)
Jason Grant (graphic designer) + Michael Candy (kinetics artist)
Kathryn Lee (costume designer) + Suzie Wiley (architect)

FIFTH EDITION
Adam Sebastian West (photographer) + Pete Macfarlane (architect / stonemason)
Stephen Lance (film director) + Holly Ryan (jeweller)
Robert Davidson (musician) + KT Doyle (surface designer)
Alexandra Naghavi (graphic designer) + Anthony Potter (builder)
Siall Waterbright (writer) + Urs Furrer (VFX)
Fritz Schwarz (product designer) + Courtney Coombs (contemporary artist)
Ben Hughes (lighting designer) + James Alley (illustrator)

SIXTH EDITION
Masayo Yasuki (dogstar | fashion designer) + Laura Pascoe (architect)
Sue-Ching Lascelles (installation artist) + Tristan Houghton (director)
Sam McHardy (programmer/mathematician) + Andy Monks (illustrator)
Jason Bird (industrial designer) + Matt Emmerson (art director)
Sem Han (animator) + Dania Cornelius (opera singer)
Adam Head (maker) + Mark Lobo (photographer)
Paula Walden (jewellery designer) + Paul Nolan (typographer)

SEVENTH EDITION
Adam Meisenhelter (maker) + Zenon Kohler (VFX director)
Marianne Harvey (copywriter) + Paul Owen (architect)
Leo Yip (industrial designer) + Emily Devers (fine artist)
Kory McAvoy (art director) + Deanne Mayocchi (Maiocchi | fashion designer)
Hailey Bartholomew (director / photographer) + Erin Lightfoot (textile designer)
Chris Bennie (multimedia artist) + Drew der Kinderen (performing artist / director)
Luke Mansini (musician) + Mimsy Gleeson (tattoo artist)

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About the Show

Common Questions

How do I get to Brisbane Powerhouse?
See our Locations, Directions + Transport page.

Is parking available?
There is limited free-of-charge, all-day, on-site car parking at Brisbane Powerhouse. If you are travelling by car, please arrive early to secure a park. Additional free parking is available in New Farm Park accessible via Brunswick Street and Oxlade Drive.

Is there food and drink available?
Brisbane Powerhouse has two on-site restaurants; Bar Alto and Watt Restaurant + Bar. More information can be found on our Eat + Drink page.

See more common questions and learn everything you need to know about your visit to Brisbane Powerhouse on our First Time Visitors page.

Get the most out of your visit

See an exhibition
See the world for free with awe-inspiring visual art from just about everywhere. Make sure you don’t miss anything – explore all of the foyers on the main and bottom floors. See what's on.

Take the Generator audio tour
Download the free Generator app from the App Store to take an audio tour of Brisbane Powerhouse. Explore untold stories from the days when the Powerhouse was an electricity generator, to its current role as a generator for the arts.

Explore New Farm Park
Brisbane Powerhouse is located next to the beautiful New Farm Park, one of Brisbane’s most popular and much loved recreational facilities. Pack a picnic, smell the roses in the garden, play a game of tennis, let the kids loose in the playground, enjoy a coffee, or just sit back and take in the sunshine.