In a powerful critique of racism, 13 live installations examine the colonial policies and history of Europe in Africa. As spectators walk through Exhibit B to the sound of lamentations sung live by a Nambian choir, the audience gaze is unexpectedly returned. Collectively each scene confronts colonial atrocities and the plight of immigration
Patricia Piccinini is one of Australia’s most acclaimed artists who has received worldwide attention for her startling sculptures and digital environments. Audiences are drawn to Piccinini’s work because they appear so real. Her sculptures are familiar yet fantastical, a possible future species from a strange new world.