Join us at UNSW Galleries to celebrate the opening of four new exhibition projects from leading practitioners in contemporary art and design.
Sam Smith: Capture
'Capture' is the first comprehensive survey of Australian artist and filmmaker Sam Smith. It brings together moving image projects from the past decade alongside a major new commission that explores relationships between geology, technology and environment.
Kirsten Coelho: The Return
Kirsten Coelho is an Adelaide-based ceramicist working in porcelain, producing reduction fired forms and vessels that fuse the precious and the everyday. 'The Return' brings together several new and recent works inspired by Grecian and Roman artefacts and architectural remnants.
Fernando do Campo: To companion a companion
'To companion a companion' is an exhibition of new work by Argentinean-Australian artist Fernando do Campo that proposes the human as the companion species to birds. It proposes ‘companioning’ as an artistic strategy through painting and archiving, listening and non-verbal forms of responding, and plural histories.
Kyoko Hashimoto: Bioregional Bodies
Kyoko Hashimoto is a Japanese-born Australian designer working across critical craft and design. 'Bioregional Bodies' presents contemporary jewellery made from sandstone, oyster shells, concrete and coal sourced from the Sydney Basin bioregion.