This exhibition transitions from one condition to another, without resolution - a metaphor for the restlessness that lies between extremities.
21 works by some of Australia’s leading artists form a connective tissue that attempts to understand our subjective experience of time.
Including installation, moving image, painting, fibre, sculpture and glass, Deadly features works by eight leading Australian First Nation artists and collectives.
Artists’ Week provides a forum for an exchange between international and national perspectives on the key issues that shape contemporary art.
Featuring Berlin-based art critic Jan Verwoert, this day begins by examining the presentness of utopia and living with faith without certitudes.
Into Cosmos Day One
Featuring Mexico City-based art critic, curator and historian Cuauhtémoc Medina, this day explores place within art.
Into Cosmos Day Two
Featuring prolific writer and curator Hou Hanru, this day investigates the critical function of the image in an all-surrounding visual culture.
Into Cosmos Day Three
Professor Barbara Creed and Paul Carter explore the fascination with the eternal abyss and its influence on the spark of imagination.