EXHIBITION DATES: Friday 25 February – Saturday 12 March 2022 OPENING NIGHT: Thursday 24 February 2022 EXHIBITION LOCATION: Rayner Hoff Project Space OPENING HOURS: Monday–Saturday, 11am–5pm Curated
EXHIBITION DATES: Friday 25 February – Saturday 12 March 2022
OPENING NIGHT: Thursday 24 February 2022
EXHIBITION LOCATION: Rayner Hoff Project Space
OPENING HOURS: Monday–Saturday, 11am–5pm
Curated to coincide with the 2022 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, this exhibition brings together a range of distinct LGBTQI voices from within the NAS community, including teaching staff and alumni. It presents works in dialogue about the nature of contemporary art and politics and possible personal, local and global futures through queer visual languages and points of view.
I want a future that lives up to my past juxtaposes artists and works to make visible queer aesthetics that are not tied to obvious representations of identity and sexuality, but are materially grounded in the ways LGBTQI lived experience and creative practice demands a range of navigations and interventions in mainstream cultural forms and interpretations. Against the global backdrop of the climate crisis, our second pandemic, and the last decade’s conservative backlash against the human rights of those of us who live in the margins, the works included offer subtle and complex articulations of ideas, images and forms that bridge difficult pasts and possible futures.
February 25 (Friday) 11:00 am - March 12 (Saturday) 5:00 pm
Rayner Hoff Project Space