Enter The Dojo, 2016

Lumber, Ipads, laptop, cinder blocks, chain, nunchucks, holographic print, plastic

Closer Gallery, Toronto



Enter The Dojo, 2016

Video, 1:06 mins

A film made in Chinatown, Toronto. Shot and edited on Iphone.



Open Verbness, 2015

A collaborative performance piece with Jess Gall, Natalie Rambaldi and myself.

RMIT Building 2, Melbourne


The Grass is Always Green, 2015

Timber, Aluminium, Glass, Inkjet Print, Bronze

First Site Gallery, Melbourne


Responding to his scrutiny of present day gallery experience, Burgess questions the ways in which art is currently being viewed. 

‘The grass is always green’ erects an interactive partition between viewer and art, forcing them into awkwardly bothersome states of observation.



South Exhibition Opening, 2015

Daisylegs Studio, Melbourne


The debut solo showing of photographic artist Ben Burgess. Presenting a series of work that encapsulates the unique diversity of the 

South American landscape and the people that inhabit it. This body of work, produced over a five-month period, documents the peace amongst chaos 

in an ever-changing continent where politics and class divide rule with an iron fist.





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