Adelaide Festival 28 February - 16 March 2014

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Worlds in Collision

Adelaide International 2014

Curator Richard Grayson

Adelaide International 2014 features artists who suggest new ways of modelling and imagining the world, who map the edges of what is known, and who investigate the potentials of what might lie beyond. Worlds in Collision looks at technological, political, psychological and psychedelic exploration, and the ways artists imagine alternatives to arrive at new understandings of potential and transformation.

Time travel, digital frontiers, abandoned Star Wars sets, near-death experiences, new physics and second moons herald the foundations of this diverse and extraordinary selection of artists and artworks, shown across four sites.

Download the Worlds in Collision Education Resource
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Artists:
Benedict Drew (UK)
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige (LEB/FRA)
Susan Hiller (UK)
Paul Laffoley (US)
Rä di Martino (ITA)
Katie Paterson (UK)
Fred Tomaselli (US)
Artur Żmijewski (POL)

Presenting Partner: samstag_museum



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Details

Dates all galleries are open:
Fri 28 Feb - Sun 16 Mar, open daily 10am - 5pm
Tue 18 Mar - Sun 30 Mar, various times

SASA Gallery:
Benedict Drew (UK)

Contemporary Art Centre of SA:
Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige (LEB/FRA)

Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art:
Susan Hiller (UK)
Paul Laffoley (US)
Rä di Martino (ITA)
Katie Paterson (UK)

Australian Experimental Art Foundation:
Fred Tomaselli (US)
Artur Żmijewski (POL)


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Access Details

Wheelchair Access Assistive Listening Audio Description

Access and audio description of selected artworks during the exhibition via the Adelaide Festival app


credits

Presented by Adelaide Festival in collaboration with Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, Contemporary Art Centre of SA, Australian Experimental Art Foundation and SASA Gallery

Corporate Supporting Partner Lipman Karas


IMAGE CREDITS
Paul Laffoley, The Zodiac Wheel 1967, oil, acrylic and vinyl lettering on canvas, 126 x 126cm, courtesy the artist and Kent Fine Art, NY

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