Jewish Museum of Australia

Harry Nankin​​​

Instructions for Mending the World

Harry Nankin’s Instructions for Mending the World at the Jewish Museum of Australia explores metamorphosis, repair and redemption, as depicted in a series of photographic films created using images of deep space. Nankin is a photographer, environmental artist and educator, who has spent more than forty years exploring the contested ethical, emotional and aesthetic meanings of the non-human world. His artistic style and the photographic techniques used in his work are reminiscent of the global ecological crisis, history and memory.

29 February—2 June

Jewish Museum of Australia

26 Alma Road St Kilda VIC 3182