30 NOV — 13 DEC 2020
Negotiating the maze of identity can be a powerful creative driver. This online exhibition brings together work by graduates whose work has been shaped by lived experience of neurodiversity, disability, and queerness.
Artists featured are RMIT School of Art graduates: Alexa Meyerowitz, Amy Cooper, Anzelma Forlano, Asaya Everson, Avan Robins, Beast, Belle Thierry, Cara Rixon, Carys Matthews, Christina Tainsh, Chudan (Celine) Peng, Elsa Schuster, Emily Beasy, Friday Kennedy, Grace Evangeline Stuart, Isabella Andrews, Ishkoodah, Jarra Karalinar Steel, Jenny Hickinbotham, Jorja Timms, Karryn Argus, Kelvin Loc, Liam Folie, Lily O'Connell, Lotte Frances, Louise Samuelsson, Luke Bryant, Luke Bunting, Luke Whitestar-McColl, Mae Hartrick, Mara Braun, Mia Sabec, Rana El-Mahmoud, Roberta Beilharz, Rowan Tavendale, Ruby Neal, Sam Kariotis, Starry Kong, Tarin Porter, Will Edgar, William Kogoi, Yara Ueltschi, and Yijia Zhang
Curated by Dr Alison Bennett.
You can access the exhibition here.
IMAGE: Jorja Timms, SILLY, 2020, Punch needle embroidery with acrylic yarn, 910mm x 750mm
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