Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, 11am to 5pm Fridays, Saturdays, 11am to 8pm Thursday 4 May to Sunday 28 May
A Council curated exhibition exploring spirituality in a diverse and contemporary world.
A Willoughby City Council curated group exhibition, Spirit Wave explores spirituality in a diverse and complex contemporary world. It looks at how artists interpret ideas around spirituality, and create their own hybridised expression of the spiritual. Or how they challenge and redefine the official structures and institutions that represent spirituality. Spirit Wave considers the spiritual space as one of creativity and fluidity and how it drives values and yearnings. The exhibition examines the diversity of spiritual experience within a multi-cultural society and arts sector, as well as the relevance of spiritual expression through an atheist lens. The artists in Sprit Wave present unique and individual notions of how spirituality can be articulated and create new dialogue around the legacy of spiritual traditions.
The exhibition will take place across Art Space on The Concourse and The Concourse Outdoor Area.
Artists: Gary Deirmendjian, Kalanjay Dhir, Jo Ernst, Carla Gottgens, Edwina Green, Beric Henderson, Tom Isaacs, Aaron McGarry, Kathie Najar, Miguel Olmo, Miho Watanabe and Tym Yee
Image: Aaron McGarry, A is for Allegory; Part 1: Nature (detail), 2021, video still