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Sue Jo Wright: dinner table syndrome

When

Every day, all day Friday 12 August to Wednesday 28 September

Cost

Free

‘Dinner Table Syndrome’ is a term used to describe the alienation deaf and hard-of-hearing people experience at everyday social gatherings - such as at the dining table. This isolation often undermines a deaf person’s self-esteem, prompting the discomforting thought “Am I normal?”  

Sue Jo Wright is a Sydney-based artist working primarily with photography, video, and textiles, which explore her identity as a Deaf person.

Object Space is our window gallery located at the Australian Design Centre HQ on William Street, Darlinghurst, on view 24 hours a day.

Covid-safe information

We are following the NSW Health COVID-19 Safety Industry Guidelines for museums and galleries to keep our guests and staff safe.

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