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Arts Project Australia

Sensitive Antennae

Sensitive Antennae is a group exhibition exploring the magnetism of works where the artist appears to tap into inexplicable energy.

Emotive, abstracted and minimal, they are released from the structures of fixed, coherent form, speaking to the transcendent beauty and elegance found in nature and avoiding unnecessary noise.

The exhibition will include ceramics, painting, drawing and textiles and examines pivotal periods of pure abstraction in the practice of the exhibiting artists.

Sensitive Antennae features works by Bronwyn Hack, Ruth Howard, Julian Martin, Fulli Andrinopoulos, Ian Gold, Kaye McDonald, Salome Felsinger, and Wendy Dawson, curated by APA gallery manager and curator Jo Salt.


  • Wheelchair accessible

The Arts Project Australia gallery has accessible toilets in the Perry Street Building. They are located in the northern end of the building. On the upper ground level they are located off the northern side of the service corridor. On L1 and L2 they are located behind blue manual double doors.

Entry 30A Perry Street is wheelchair accessible and offers direct access to the Courtyard, Perry Street Building upper ground and Johnston Street Building upper ground. Lift access is available to visit other buildings and levels.

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