New Book Available Now


Our Ten Cubed book is now available!

TEN CUBED 2010 – 2020: Concept. Collection. Gallery. is a publication to celebrate our tenth anniversary and the conclusion of this ten-year journey.

The 367-pages hard cover publication is enveloped with the gallery’s signature colour. Designed by Hayman Designed and published by Real Film Publishing, the book reflects the history and legacy of Ten Cubed with timelines of our acquisitions, exhibitions and events from 2010 – 2020.

It is a documentation of what we have achieved collectively over this ten remarkable years.

Click HERE to order your copy.



Frances Lindsay & Robert Lindsay


Romy Moshinsky

Editorial assistance

Georgie Raik-Allen


Real Film and Publishing

Design and art direction

Hayman Design


Robyn Whitehouse

Production assistance

Christa Tom and Maria Albert T 




Posted Friday, September 4th, 2020 by Emma
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2020 is a very special year for Ten Cubed – it marks its 10th Anniversary- and the conclusion of our project.
To celebrate these ten years, we wanted to record various stages of this wonderful journey – from conception, building the gallery, acquiring the collection to exhibiting the works of the many artists we are proud to have supported. With this in mind, the Book 2010 – 2020: TEN CUBED CONCEPT, COLLECTION, GALLERY was commissioned. It is a documentation of what Ten Cubed has accomplished in the past decade.
We would like to thank Robert and Frances Lindsay who kindly wrote the introduction, Robyn Whitehouse who undertook 2 years of interviews with our artists and gallerists, and the many others who contributed to this publication.
The book was beautifully designed by Hayman Design, edited by Romy Moshinsky and Georgie Raik-Allen and published by Real Film and Publishing. We are delighted with their achievement.
We will be posting extracts from the book on our social media over the coming weeks.
As to launch and distribution – Stay Tuned!
Image credit: Samantha Lynch. 2010 – 2020: TEN CUBED CONCEPT, COLLECTION, GALLERY. Published by Real Film and Publishing, 2020. Design by @haymandesign. 376 pages, Hard Cover.



Posted Thursday, August 13th, 2020 by Emma
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‘How to feel’ by David Rosetzky Online Viewing

‘How to Feel’ was featured in our previous exhibition – Departure. For those who missed the chance to view the work at our gallery, we are now hosting this online viewing session. The work will be up on our website for a limited period from now on till 15 August 2020.


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David Rosetzky  

How to feel


digital video  

(Edition in our collection: Edition 1 of 6)

Posted Tuesday, August 4th, 2020 by Emma
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TENCUBED presents: In conversation with David Wadelton and Helen Frajman

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As part of the public program for The Symphony of Collection (4) : Planet A, we have invited artist David Wadelton to share with us his artistic practice and the concepts behind his works. He will be speaking with Helen Frajman, the director of m.33 as he introduces to us his latest project/publication.
David Wadelton’s works are part of our current online display – Planet A.
Click HERE to RSVP via eventbrite.

IMAGE: David Wadelton, Skipping Girl Vinegar sign, Richmond, inkjet pigment prints on rag paper, 23.3 x 35cm, edition 1 of 5, 2012

Planet A, is an extension from our previous exhibition ‘Departure’. Traversing from an individual perspective towards post-modern problems into a wider realm, the exhibition investigates collectively the relationship between human activities and our natural habitats. It creates a nostalgic depiction of a ‘Planet A’ with objects and visual images of urban and rural landscapes.
Featuring works by artists David Wadelton, Jonathan Delafield Cook, Lisa Roet, Michael Cook, Noel McKenna, Nicholas Folland, Rosemary Laing and SarahSmuts-Kennedy, this imaginative exhibition explores the future of our habitat in the light of recent crises, and questions if regaining ‘normality’ could be a way forward in this tumultuous world.
The Symphony of Collection (4) : Planet A
21 July – 15 August 2020
The Symphony of Collection, is a series of five exhibitions that celebrates Ten Cubed’s ten fabulous years of collecting. The series is presented metaphorically as a ‘movement’ from our Ten Cubed collection.


Posted Tuesday, July 28th, 2020 by Emma
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Ten Cubed Current Exhibition – Departure

Our current exhibition, Departure looks at the starting point of many journeys taken by the artists in exploring and expressing their identity in relation to society.

Touching upon concepts of anomie, alienation, standardization, identity and self-analysis, this exhibition offers a discussion on how our body physically and psychologically relates to these issues in post-modern society and how they are reflected in the arts.

‘Departure’ features works from artists Alasdair McLuckie, Clare Milledge, Cyrus Tang, David Rosetzky, Michael Cook and Pat Brassington.

Click HERE to download the line sheet of the exhibition. 

Posted Friday, April 10th, 2020 by Emma
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Morning Tea with Rosemary Laing


Ten Cubed is delighted to invite you to join us for an exclusive Morning Tea and Q&A session with artist Rosemary Laing on Saturday, 19 October at 11am.

To celebrate the closure of our final solo exhibition at Ten Cubed, we invited our current exhibiting artist, Rosemary Laing, to share with us her artistic practice and the concepts behind her works. Please bring with you a list of questions you may have about her artistry!

This private event will provide you and your friends with the opportunity to view the exhibition in a more personal setting, while having a discussion with the artist and as much time as you would like to view the works.

The event is free of charge but only limited spaces are available, please RSVP via Eventbrite.

Image credit: The Flowering of the Strange Orchid, archival pigment print, 103 x 203 x 7.5cm, 2017



Posted Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 by Emma
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Ten Cubed Children’s Day 2019

It’s amazing what little minds can create!

Thank you for coming to our Children’s Day on Saturday, 27 July. These young creatives have designed their own collages, inspired by current exhibiting artist Michael Cook’s works, and they look absolutely fantastic. We hope you had an amazing Children’s Day with us. 

Click HERE to view our Children’s Day Album. 

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Posted Wednesday, August 14th, 2019 by Emma
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MUMA x Ten Cubed present – Contemporary Photography: Michael Cook in Focus


Thursday 23 May

This inspiring program is an unprecedented opportunity for local educators to spend the day with Brisbane-based artist Michael Cook as we take an in-depth look at his speculative photomedia practice.

Michael Cook is an internationally renowned Indigenous artist of Bidjara heritage who creates works that invite us to re-imagine the conflicted colonial history of Australia. Acclaimed projects including Majority Rule, Mother and Invasion draw upon Cook’s personal history to subtly reveal inconvenient truths and explore universal ideas of identity and belonging.

During the day, we will look at the photographic techniques that Cook uses to produce his artworks and situate his practice within the broader context of the work of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.

Participants will enjoy a private tour of the artist’s current exhibition at Ten Cubed.

You will also explore Monash’s growing collection of artworks by First Nations artists with MUMA’s Director Charlotte Day and discuss new opportunities for engaging students with critical historical and contemporary issues in Australian society.

Click HERE for more information. 

Booking details:
Date: Thursday 23 May
Time: 9.30am–2.30pm
Venues: MUMA and Ten Cubed
Cost: $50 (includes resources, lunch and refreshments)

Teachers may opt to walk, use public transport or drive between venues. Please discuss when booking.

Image credit: Michael Cook, Invasion (Giant Lizard), 2018, Inkjet print, 135 x 200cm. 
Image courtesy of the artist and This is No Fantasy.



Posted Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 by Emma
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January/February Newsletter 2019

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Click HERE to read our January/February Newsletter 2019

Posted Saturday, March 23rd, 2019 by Emma
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Piece by Piece: Ten Cubed Project – MAF Event 2018


Click HERE to see photos from the event. 

Posted Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 by Emma
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