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Tactile tours: Pliable Planes

Where
UNSW Galleries
UNSW Galleries
Corner of Oxford Street and Greens Road, Paddington NSW 2021
When

Sunday 15 May from 2pm to 3pm Sunday 3 July from 2pm to 3pm

Experience the exhibition 'Pliable Planes' in an intimate tactile tour led by co-curator Catherine Woolley.

These tactile tours utilise touch, sound, audio description, and conversation as access tools for people who are blind, have low vision, or are interested in engaging with contemporary art in a different way.

Presented in conjunction with 'Pliable Planes: Expanded Textiles & Fibre Practices', a major exhibition drawing together twelve Australian practitioners who reimagine practices in textiles and fibre art.

Through expanded painting, assemblage, performative gesture, sound, video, and installation, the exhibition presents redefines textiles and fibre art in expansive and plural forms, altering perceptions of materials, form and function.

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