Photography and video documentation of performance art will be on display in this group exhibition encircling the sensual, humorous and site-specific ways that artists use their bodies to navigate social, familial and sexual relationships.
Inspired by the hybridisation of Tasmania’s artist, designer and maker culture, curators Phoebe Adams and Sara Lindsay present new works from local artists to consider how design can be ‘warmed’ by ‘the presence of emotional content, the expression of socio-political concerns, and how this could be communicated with honesty and...
New Zealand-based artist Emily Hartley-Skudder collects, assembles and photographs found objects, experimenting with, and observing the disparate realms of the real world before creating new representations in paint expressing aspects of the everyday.
In her largest and most ambitious undertaking to date, Justene Williams uses found objects and waste materials to construct theatrical ecosystems – hypnotising sets and performative video installations – creating a space of seduction, curiosity and complicit spectatorship.
'Dhumbadha Munga (talking knowledge)' looks at the two way relationship between the arts workers and the artists they support. Through dhumbadha munga, the artists learn, develop and reinforce their cultural identity to express and share their stories.