Until – 14 May
HomeFRONT focuses on the impact of war, the waiting, the grief, as well as the return of physically and mentally damaged soldiers.
Featuring 16 contemporary female artists from Albany and the Great Southern, this exhibition references the history of the region. Albany, the regional centre of the Great Southern, was the place from which the first two convoys of Australian and New Zealand soldiers departed Australia in late 1914.
spaced 2: Future Recall
15 Apr – 18 Jun
spaced 2: future recall is an international group exhibition that showcases the artistic, cultural and social outcomes of the second edition of spaced, a recurring international event of socially engaged art. The exhibition draws together works made by Australian and overseas artists who lived and worked for extended periods in Western Australian rural and remote communities throughout 2013- 14, developing new works based on an engagement with local residents, histories and landscapes.
Daphne Major, And It Is Here I Learnt To Float, 2014, video still. Image courtesy and © the artist.
People Like Us
29 Apr – 11 Jun
People Like Us captures universal aspects of the contemporary human condition in film, animation, digital and interactive art. In a diverse collection of recent new media works by Australian and international practitioners, the exhibition also reveals the many experimental technologies being deployed by artists as they comment on issues confronting us in the 21st century.
A National Exhibitions Touring Support Australia exhibition developed by UNSW Galleries and toured by Museums and Galleries of NSW. The National Touring Initiative is supported by the Australian Government through the Australian Council, it’s principal arts funding body, and by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
Angelica Mesiti, Rapture (silent anthem), 2009, single chanel video, colour, 10 minutes, 10 seconds, Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery