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Exhibition Opening: A Moment in Extended Crisis

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We invite you to the launch of A Moment in Extended Crisis.

Opening night: Tuesday 13 February, 6 – 8pm

Artists: Nathan Beard, Isaac Chong Wai, Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai, Jane Jin Kaisen, Sarah Ujmaia, John Young 

Curator: Andy Butler

Exhibition dates: 23 April - 28 June
UTS Gallery, Eora Sydney

A Moment in Extended Crisis brings together artists who track histories and contemporary resonances of movement and migration that occur against the backdrop of large scale political upheaval.

The artists in this exhibition approach and process the intimate and personal worlds that are left in the long shadows of revolution, military interventions, exile, and emigration to the west. The exhibition asks how we carry these legacies across time and space, and how our current political worlds hold the traces of individual and collective experience.

International and intergenerational in scope, A Moment in Extended Crisis will premiere work in Australia from Jane Jin Kaisen, Prima Sakunthabai, and Isaac Chong Wai, alongside new commissions and recent and historic works from Australian artists Nathan Beard, Sarah Ujmaia, and John Young.

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through Creative Australia, its principal arts investment and advisory  body.  


Header image: 

Jane Jin Kaisen, Community of Parting, 2018. Single channel film installation, 72:13 mins, with single channel video installation, 2:58 mins, courtesy of the artist and Martin Asbaek Gallery. ©Jane Jin Kaisen 2018.

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