CURATED BY LISA BRYAN-BROWN
5-20 October 2018
Dissecting the insidious nature of class issues within Australian society, Class Act brings together works by seven artists whose diverse practices agitate and complicate the ideas that underpin our dominant narratives. Exploring the impacts and signifiers of class, this exhibition aims to provoke dialogue and question assumptions related to the experience and articulation of socio-economic and cultural classes; the values of labour; and the role of artistic production within the broader conversation.
Featuring works by Kay Abude, Gerwyn Davies, Rhiannon Dionysius, Daniel McKewen, Leen Rieth, and Raphaela Rosella, with workshops by Llewellyn Millhouse.
Images copyright Charlie Hillhouse 2015