The Edge of Chaos Opening Night
Sydney's first hybrid art & NFT exhibition Edge of Chaos is a reflection of the current state of the world: divided, online and offline, thriving and surviving, chaos and control.
Join award-winning stencil artist, E.L.K, for an unforgetable opening night. Celebrate his artworks and his unapologetic take on the zeitgeist of our times - the seemingly apocalyptic 2020s.
With an unforgettable performance by musicians from The Sydney Youth Orchestra, guest appearances from our MC Gretel Killeen, the Hon Bob Carr and comedian Dan Ilic, food and drink from our local partners and the chance to meet E.L.K, it will be a night to remember.
Opening Night tickets are $50 plus GST and booking fee.
Get General Admission Edge of Chaos tickets here.
The exhibit spans two floors in within a landmark The Streets of Barangaroo location, marrying the real and virtual worlds, showcasing the struggles of reality and the promise of the metaverse and NFTs.
Get NFT event tickets here.
About the Artist
E.L.K is an award-winning artist, known for his irreverent brand of photo realism stencil art that has drawn global acclaim and anger from authoritarian regimes.
The Edge of Chaos is proudly supported by the following partners
The Edge of Chaos exhibit is being held at 300 Barangaroo Avenue, in the heart of The Streets of Barangaroo dining and commercial precinct in Sydney.
The exhibit is conveniently located between Wynyard Station (a 2 min walk through Wynyard Tunnel and down the escalator to Barangaroo) and the Barangaroo/Darling Harbour Ferry Wharf, which links to Circular Quay.
Parking options are available at a number of nearby parking stations:
- SECURE PARKING: 1 Shelley Street, 5 min walk
Secure Parking website
- WILSON PARKING: Barangaroo Reserve, 15 min walk
Wilson Parking website
There are usually plenty of taxis nearby, with a rank located on Barangaroo Avenue, and one just a short walk away on Shelley Street and Hickson Road.
KEEPING YOU COVID-SAFE
We have implemented a strong COVID-Safe policy to keep you safe, and ask that you help us by doing your part:
- We request all our attendees to be double vaccinated.
- Please don't attend if you're in any way feeling unwell.
Note that these requests are subject to change. We will follow NSW authorities' recommendations at all times.
You may be photographed or filmed while attending this exhibit: please approach the organiser if you have questions, concerns, or do not wish to be filmed or photographed.