Odile

Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake is a tale of loyalty and betrayal, love, and the duality of human nature. These dichotomies are the genesis of ‘Odile’, a major exhibition held across four cultural venues in Victoria’s Greater Dandenong region. The work of Zoë Croggon, Anne Ferran, Juan Ford, Tarryn Gill, Jenny Holzer, Kyoko Imazu, Hung Lin, Polixeni Papapetrou, Kate Rohde, Vanessa White, and Gosia Wlodarczak explores ideas implicit in good and evil, performance and identity while referencing dance, puppetry and the spoken word.

Tarryn Gill, Guardians (Dancers), 2015-2016, mixed media including speakers, mirrors, foam, sequined and hi-vis fabrics, 50 x 35 x 30cm. Courtesy the artist, Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne, Walker Street Gallery, Melbourne and Heritage Hill Museum, Melbourne

Vanessa White, 23 Degrees West, details from video still. Courtesy the artist, Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne, Walker Street Gallery, Melbourne and Heritage Hill Museum, Melbourne

Heritage Hill Museum, Drum Theatre, Garnar Lane, and Walker Street Gallery
Until 23 June, 2018
Melbourne