Collective Unease is a bold exhibition of three new commissions inspired by the University of Melbourne’s students, archives and collections. Through these works, artists Andy Butler, Lisa Hilli and James Nguyen move beyond colonial narratives to explore a complex, multi-voiced understanding of Australia inflected by experiences of migration and diaspora. Co-curated by Samantha Comte and Jacqueline Doughty, the exhibition forms part of the University of Melbourne’s Ian Potter Museum of Art’s artistic program, and is presented inside the Old Quad, at the centre of the university’s Parkville campus. Collective Unease continues until June 1, 2023.
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