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HERE&NOW13 presents Western Australian contemporary art created by people with disability.
Featured artwork: Katrina Barber, Light series (detail), 2013, watercolour on Arches watercolour paper, 40 x 27.6 cm, image courtesy and copyright the artist. Photo: Acorn Photo Agency.
HERE&NOW13, presented as a part of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery’s annual exhibition of emerging Western Australian Artists, will for the first time bring together 11 of Western Australia’s most outstanding artists with disability.
The exhibition alongside an extensive publication, and a public program will aim to highlight the uniqueness of contemporary disability arts practice.
HERE&NOW13 will see a diverse group of artists including Katrina Barber, Patrick Carter, Clive Collender, Aquinas Crowe, David Guhl, Tim Maley, Julian Poon, Jane Ryan, Robert Turpin, Lisa Uhl and Robin Warren explore processes of communication, embodiment and narrative through a variety of art forms including painting, sculpture, drawing, installation, performance and the digital medias.
Audiences are invited to step inside each artists own way of knowing and being in the world.
27 July 2013 - 28 September 2013
HERE&NOW13 is the result of an exceptional partnership between the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and DADAA. Other partners include:
The Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery based at the University of Western Australia invites various schools and faculties to partner with on exhibitions and develop innovative academic and public programs. The Campus Partner for the HERE&NOW13 exhibition is the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research.