The exhibition is inspired by the ambiguous state of dreaming and awakening. Art is variously described as a dreaming state or as a way of waking up from the sleeping condition of everyday life.
Works will explore the conditions of awakening in our daily lives, an exploration of the tensions and interplay between asylum seekers and the wider Australian community, including the lack of clarity between languages and expressions, where various genres align to disrupt cultural identities.
Art awakens when it breaks through barriers, uniting artists and audiences and challenging the assumptions and prejudices that keep us in a sleeping state.
Friday, 30th June – 6pm
30th June to 30th July
Showing combined work by Melbourne’s refugee artists, Manus artist in detention and Melbourne’s wider community.
Ponce A Delph