Join us for the launch of 'Peonies, Still Life and a Duck' and 'Our Small Terrain'.
'Peonies, Still Life and a Duck' draws on the artists’ mixed cultural heritages, love of food and home spaces to explore ideas of play and identity. This exhibition features artworks by Karima Baadilla, Janelle Low and Pia Johnson (also known as the Curry Puff Pals).
'Our Small Terrain' explores solo artist Chaco Kato’s ongoing interest in the question: What is waste? She explores the border between art and non-art, natural and man-made and controlled and uncontrolled.
Speeches begin at 2.30pm with a Welcome to Country by Wurundjeri Elder.
Cr Angelica Panopoulos, Mayor of Merri-bek City Council will officially launch the exhibitions.
Did we mention there will be a tipple or two from Noisy Ritual and some snacks from Zaatar?
This event will be interpreted in Auslan.
Peonies, Still Life and a Duck includes floor-based works. Please take care as you navigate the exhibition space.
Our Small Terrain includes hanging installations. Please take care while navigating the space. This exhibition also includes ambient sound and some moving images. Due to the varied sensory experience on display, this exhibition may be a difficult environment for visitors with sensory sensitivities.
For more information about the accessibility of our venue, please visit our Access and inclusion at the Counihan Gallery page.
Phone: 03 9389 8622
For further information about these exhibitions, visit our What's on at the Counihan Gallery page.