An exhibition of photographic and video work of iconic landscapes in Antarctica.
Iconic landscapes shape the travellers ‘bucket list, creating a drive to see more, touch more, and consume places. This exhibition examines Antarctica through Deception Island and Livingston Island to expose the community to how remote locations are affected by not just our physical presence but our presence from a distance.
Join Lea Kannar-Lichtenberger at the opening event as she discusses her 2017 expedition to Antarctica and her research on small islands and isolated places. Through the window of contemporary art, Lea will share with you the inspiration behind her artworks and the processes involved. Together you will explore how consumerism and tourism are affecting unique destinations.
Exhibition opening & Artist Talk
6pm – 8pm, Friday 21 April
light refreshments will be served
RSVP attendance to:
T 03 9249 4600
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