Geoff Dixon Reference/Point, series 2 (detail)
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CAMILLE SERISIER - The Wonderful Land Of Oz

Humans dress as animals in this thinly veiled yet playfully absurd versionof Australia, as clouds reference national identity, the Sydney Opera Housegoes on tour, and a koala admires Ken Done. Camille Serisier’s thoughtful works question the storybook narrative of settler colonialism and pioneering adventure. Serisier critiques a European cultural heritage that remains inherently problematic.

27 March to 30 May 2015

MICHAEL COOK - Through My Eyes

By morphing the facial features of living Indigenous Australians into the physiognomy of some of Australia’s most prominent historical public figures, the artist challenges the observer to scrutinise these portraits from an alternative point-of-view; that is, through Indigenous eyes. In so doing, these powerful images implore the viewer to reflect upon conventional approaches to history and sanction a re-evaluation of our delusive collective narratives.

27 March to 30 May 2015




This exhibition consisting of wall sculptures;
‘From the Waters’ and ‘The Birds Came Out of Their Shells in Awe of the Anatomy of Light’ are installations based around some alternative notions on evolution whilst ‘Experiencing the Universe on Martin Street in December’ celebrates the delight that is Cairns in December with the flowering Poinciana’s and the visitation of the Pied Imperial Pidgeon.

03 April to 02 May 2015



GEOFF DIXON - Reference / Point, series 2

These works intend to explore what we face on a global level, rather than just in our own back yard. 

20 April to 30 May




Curator: Shannon Brett