Examine the subconscious in this exhibition of works by contemporary Australian and international artists who explore sleep and its representation in art.
'Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power' brings together artists who conjure ideas related to witchcraft, sorcery and magical practices.
‘Dirty Paper’ is inspired by John Ruskin’s provocation that ‘all good drawing consists merely of dirtying the paper delicately.’
Meg Cowell, Dagmar Cyrulla, Chelsea Gustafsson, Janne Kearney, Kathrin Longhurst and Michael Simms depict the contemporary nude.
In ‘Others Dream’, Lilli Waters presents a captivating showcase of landscape images featuring intimate and powerful representations of women.
'While You Were Sleeping' is an evocative and emotional display of works across a range of art practices, including painting, illustration, photography and sculpture.
‘OK Democracy, We Need to Talk’ considers the positive potential of democracy with particular reference to the question of how the system is currently performed.
Artists from the Spinifex Hill Studio in South Hedland, Western Australia unite in an exhibition of representational landscape paintings for ‘Paru’.
The Spinning Wheel (2018) and Knit (2019) by Thai-Australian artist Kawita Vatanajyankur are on view in ‘Performing Textiles’.
Kate Bergin presents a unique spin on the traditional still life compositions of 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting.
Luke Hardy explores the human psyche in his new series of photographs inspired by Japanese folklore, in particular, the kitsunē or fox.
'Silent Witness: A Window to the Past' – large-scale photographic portraiture of scar trees partnered with a soundscape from Melbourne composer/artist Martin Friedel and Berg’s poetry.