New exhibition opening this weekend at Delmar Gallery
Selected from the end-of-year graduate exhibitions at National Art School, UNSW Art & Design and Sydney College of the Arts, Impermanence is a snapshot of the next generation of visual artists. It includes ceramics, sculpture, video, photography and painting by eight Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Media Arts and PhD candidates.
Framed by the uncertainties and upheavals of 2020, their works are responses to this world in flux. Some make sense of world events by looking outward: variously documenting the legacy of the bushfires, living with COVID and Black Lives Matter protests. Others turn inward, retreating to childhood memories associated with stability and security.
Exhibiting artists are Maria Alejandra Alvarado Loukianova, Seamus Heidenreich, Melissa Howe, Amy Masson, Yul Scarf, Halle Sen, Suzanna Vangelov and Whimbrel Wilson. Curated by Catherine Benz, Delmar Gallery.
The exhibition opens to the public on Saturday 6 February and runs until 28 February, Wednesday – Sunday, 12-5pm. Admission is free, but visits need to be pre-booked in line with COVID-related safety measures for school. Email email@example.com or phone 9581 6070 to arrange a time to visit.
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