Octopus 19: Ventriloquy

Ventriloquy is the art of projecting voice to create the playful illusion that the sound originates from another source, figure or place. Through inquiry into this unique form of storytelling curator Joel Stern delivers ‘Ventriloquy’, a group display of works exploring body, voice and identity by Australian and international artists and is presented as part of Gertrude Contemporary’s ‘Octopus’ series, an annual curatorial project and platform for new forms of exhibition making.

Simon Zoric, Self Portrait / Self Portrait (incognito). Courtesy the artist and Gertrude Contemporary, Melbourne

Gertrude Contemporary
Until 20 July 2019