Taming space is a new exhibition by T E A R Collective, exploring socio-spiritual and environmental themes and affective and experimental approaches to working in, with and from the environment.
The exhibition considers the shifting relationship between humanity and the natural world as well as historical and cultural influences shaping this engagement. How do we measure and understand our environment, how can we describe it, how do we attempt to tame space through metaphor, physical engagement and language?
Taming space explores personal, emotional, spiritual and cultural questions referencing human-environment exchange, experimental futures, spatiality, transition and transformation.
Chi Chi Menendez | Carlos Agamez | Clara Chung | Danny Giles | Erin Schloeffel | Gabbi Lancaster | Giorgia De Biasi | Karolina Partyka | Marlaina Read | Michael Lai | Mija Healey | MoonHee Kim | Paula Ngu | Papillon | Rosanna Goslett-King
Opening Wednesday 18th April | 6–8pm.
Continues until Sunday 29th April.
Gallery open Tuesday–Saturday 11am–6pm | Sunday 11am–4pm.
Image credit Papillon, Bliss, 2017.
This project has benefitted from an Art & Design Grant courtesy of Arc @ UNSW Limited.