Rethink life as we know it through this exhibition of 20 contemporary artworks.
How do we define life? Philosophers have wrestled with this concept for thousands of years. Experimenta Life Forms reveals how contemporary artists are approaching this question at a time of change and discovery. What new life forms are emerging through technological and biological invention?
Are our definitions of life shifting because of new scientific discoveries? How do First Nations’ theories of knowledge influence our ways of thinking and understanding of life?
This extraordinary and timely exhibition features a diversity of artforms including robotics, bio-art, screen-based works, installations and participatory and generative art. Twenty leading Australian and international artists make significant contribution to conversations about life as we know it.
Saturday 20 March
10:30am – 11:30am
Curators: Jonathan Parsons and Lubi Thomas
Associate Curator: Jessica Clark
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Image: Uyen Nguyen, Mx Piantoni & Matthew Riley, You, Me, Things, 2020