Polyphonic Reverb
Installation view of Polyphonic Reverb curated by Mark Feary, featuring work by Graham Fletcher and Yuriyal Eric Bridgeman, presented at Gertrude Contemporary 2022. Photo: Christian Capurro.

‘Polyphonic Reverb’ Gertrude Contemporary

Polyphonic Reverb is now open at Gertrude Contemporary. Join us on Saturday 13 August at 3pm for a dialogue between Lisa Hilli, Tamsen Hopkinson and Francis Sione. The discussion will be convened by curator Mark Feary.

Polyphonic Reverb brings into focus practices based in Australia and Aotearoa with connections to, histories in, and ongoing resonances of the near Pacific, with emphasis on Polynesia and Melanesia. The project forms as an interconnected tapestry of new and recent projects that draw attention to Australia’s most proximous geographical region. The exhibition focuses on voices that reflect diasporic and migratory influence of the Pacific, and how, in turn, their embodied identities may be in part disembodied through distance and dislocation. 

Curator and Gertrude Artistic Director Mark Feary reflects on the exhibition via an extended text published in full on our website

Exhibition Dates | 18 June – 14 August 2022
Oceanic Flow: Polyphonic Reverb Discussion | Saturday 13 August, 3pm
Open | Tuesday – Sunday, 11am – 5pm
Gertrude Contemporary | 21-31 High Street, Preston South

Curated by Gertrude Artistic Director Mark Feary

Gertrude Contemporary

21-31 High Street, Preston South

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