The Hanging: Moving Histories // Future Projections
One screen, ten of Australia’s leading female artists. Moving Histories // Future Projections brings together a series of video-based artworks to critique the impact of film throughout time.
The Hanging: Not Niwe, Not Nieuw, Not Neu
It almost feels like a visit to a small scale museum of natural history, that’s if the museum was also staging gut-wrenching irony… Now showing at 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.
The Hanging: Balik Bayan at Blacktown Arts Centre
Balik Bayan is a group exhibition at Blacktown Arts Centre celebrating contemporary Filipino arts and culture. Each artist draws on their personal history and culture to create works that straddle Filipino ethnicity and their Australian nationality.
The Hanging: Synthetic, Australian Centre for Photography
Let science fiction push the limits of your imagination at the Australian Centre for Photography’s latest exhibition.
The Hanging: Shadows are cast by things and people
Putting together the pieces at the Australian Centre for Photography’s latest exhibition.
The Hanging: Nicola Smith, ‘A Whole Night’
Smith’s series of oil paintings pays homage to an avant-garde romance on celluloid.
The Hanging: Atong Atem, ‘Us’
Atong Atem is a Third Culture Kid. Born in Ethiopia, raised in Melbourne, her photographs are about the “space that exists between the culture we’re from and the culture we’re living in”.
The Hanging: Exit, UNSW Galleries
Need another reason to start building that doomsday bunker? See this powerful installation at UNSW Galleries, visualising the impact of natural disasters, mass displacement and migration.
The Hanging: Vernon Ah Kee, Not An Animal Or A Plant
In this powerful exhibit, Vernon Ah Kee forces us to confront head-on the politics, ideologies and history of race in Australia.
The Hanging: Elegant Degradation at Kudos Gallery
Need a new place to indulge your digital anxiety? Kudos Gallery’s new exhibition is the internet IRL.