UNSW Galleries is delighted to invite you to the opening celebration of four exhibition projects.
Sam Smith: Capture is the first comprehensive survey of Australian artist and filmmaker Sam Smith. It brings together moving image projects from the past decade alongside a major new commission that explores relationships between geology, technology and environment.
Kirsten Coelho: The Return brings together several new and recent works inspired by Grecian and Roman artefacts and architectural remnants. Kirsten Coelho is an Adelaide-based ceramicist working in porcelain, producing reduction fired forms and vessels that fuse the precious and the everyday.
Kyoko Hashimoto: Bioregional Bodies presents contemporary jewellery made from sandstone, oyster shells, concrete and coal sourced from the Sydney Basin bioregion. Kyoko Hashimoto is a Japanese-born Australian designer working across critical craft and design.
Fernando do Campo: To companion a companion is an exhibition of new work by Argentinean-Australian artist Fernando do Campo that proposes the human as the companion species to birds. It proposes ‘companioning’ as an artistic strategy through painting and archiving, listening and non-verbal forms of responding, and plural histories.
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