Karla Dickens, Julie Dowling, Julie Gough, Lisa Hilli, Betty Muffler and Angela Tiatia
Featuring work by Karla Dickens Julie Dowling, Julie Gough, Lisa Hilli, Betty Muffler, Angela Tiatia. Co-curated by Hannah Presley and Samantha Comte.
Corner Dodds St and Southbank Boulevard, Southbank VIC
From his alter ego Blak Metal to exhibiting the figure of a saddened black air dancer, Steven Rhall is embarking on a new artwork: renaming Wi-Fi networks to ABORIGINAL LAND, which will be showing as part of ACCA’s vast summer exhibition Who’s Afraid of Public Space?
In keeping with Sarah Goffman’s long-time practice, Applied Arts is a contemplation of civilisation’s relentless production of waste.
Compelled by Greek mythology, Heather B. Swann is reinterpreting the story of Leda and the Swan—and the story’s violence—through female strength, power and mystery. Obsessed with myths, museums and haberdashery, Swann is entwining these for a new show at TarraWarra Museum of Art.
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