Campbelltown Arts Centre presents a new exhibition There's A Hole In The Sky. It brings together Australian and international artists who, in their practices, present notions of anxiety in public and private ways.
While some artists connect personally with popular culture or local history, others use humour and absurdity in visual situations that create public tension, contrasted with portraits of unease, loneliness and isolation.
With a number of new works commissioned specifically for the project, There’s a Hole in the Sky questions the role of repetition in our actions, how artists extend this to our survival and the effects on those around us. While a distinction between interior and external space is often established in the works, this line is occasionally blurred, bringing into question the truths that we reveal to others and what is withheld.
Opening night - Friday 17 August, 7pm
Exhibition - 18 August till 7 October
Artist Talks - Saturday 18 August, 11am
There's a Hole in the Sky is curated by Tom Polo and features the work of the following artists:
Lara Thoms .