If You Were Buried For A Thousand YearsExhibition
If you were buried for a thousand years even you would be priceless. An exhibition by Alex Hobba, Patrick Larmour, Rosalind Lemoh, Darren Nedza, Timothy Phillips, Leila el Rayes and Camille Thomas.
This group show of new media, sculpture, drawing and painting brings together artists from the ACT and interstate and explores ways of life and living using objects of material culture. This means still life, fragmentary images, text, the stuff of future archaeology, the stuff of contemporary anthropology. The artists involved use various approaches from detached poetic and humorous collection and cataloguing to more explicitly personal and immediate expressions.
|When:||From Thursday 8 Feb to Sunday 25 Feb|
“Stercus accidit.” — David Hume.