The Data Imaginary: Fears and Fantasies
1 July - 18 September 2021
The Data Imaginary: Fears and Fantasies is a groundbreaking project that brings together eminent and emerging artists and designers to show how creative applications of data technology are crucial for a vital, inclusive and sustainable future.
Image: Lola Greeno, Ceremonial green maireener shell necklace, 2018. 180cm long. Private collection, Sydney. Photo: Carl Warner.
Rebecca Belmore: Turbulent Water
25 March - 19 June 2021
Rebecca Belmore: Turbulent Water is the first solo Australian exhibition of major contemporary artist Rebecca Belmore. Co-curated by Wanda Nanibush and Angela Goddard, Turbulent Water will feature key video installations from her three decades of practice. Rebecca Belmore (1960) was born in Upsala and currently lives in Vancouver, Canada. Belmore’s multidisciplinary works address social and political issues faced by Indigenous communities, and the connections between bodies, land and language.
Image: Rebecca Belmore Fountain 2005, single-channel video with sound projected onto falling water, 2m25s, 274 x 488cm (overall dimensions variable). Collection: Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Courtesy the artist.
- Elizabeth Newman Untitled 2016. Oil and tape on linen, 100 x 80cm.
- Courtesy the artist, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney, and Neon Parc, Melbourne
- Lola Greeno Ceremonial green maireener shell necklace, 2018. 180cm long.
- Private collection, Sydney. Photo: Carl Warner.