Satellite Anthem, curated by Kate Just, Assembly Point, 2-26 May 2019
National Anthem curator Dr Kate Just, has curated a new exhibition Satellite Anthem at Assembly Point vitrines on Sturt Street.
Satellite Anthem features artwork from 12 current VCA students. The exhibition is an extension of the themes and ideas in National Anthem, including the impact of colonial histories, the struggle for LGBTIQ equality and the prevalence of a white western gaze. Forging new representations of national identity, Satellite Anthem showcases emerging talent from the VCA School of Art.
The exhibition runs from the 2nd until the 26th of May.
Image: Installation view, Satellite Anthem, Assembly Point vitrines, 2019. Image courtesy Dr Kate Just.
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