Works from local and international artists will present a playful and kaleidoscopic view of identity and genders, and their relationship with science, technology, culture, race, sexuality and creativity. With collaboration at its heart, this exhibition creates connections and conversation through personal perspectives, interdisciplinary creative practice and research at Melbourne University.
Break the Binaries builds on Genders: Shaping and Breaking the Binary, which took place at Science Gallery London, King’s College London. It will feature key UK artists and collectives including Adham Faramawy and Sadé Mica, whose works boldly reflect a new wave of hybrid creative practice spanning moving image, sound, sculptural installation, advocating for empowerment and social change.
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Science Gallery Melbourne
114 Grattan St
Price and bookings
This is a free event
Booking not required
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