|EXHIBITIONS IN 2018|
|31 JAN - 18 FEB|
Mojgan Habibi’s PhD research is concerned with use of text by politically motivated Iranian visual artists. The works in Habibi’s exhibition use metaphor, allegory, poetry and references to Persian mythology and history as vehicles to discuss contemporary Iranian politics.
|21 FEB - 18 MAR|
RE-STITCHING CULTURE showcases examples of doll-making from Indigenous groups in Canada, Australia and South Africa. Doll-making is used by these communities to transfer cultural knowledge, build capacity, and the reclaim notions of Indigenous identity, on both a local and a collective level.
|21 MAR - 7 APR|
Peter Tilley's PhD research considers the relationship between the figure and the shadow in contemporary art. The Passage of Time and Shadow will showcase sculptures and wall works that explore the conceptual and aesthetic dimensions of the shadow.
Wed - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 12 - 4pm
or by appointment
See the University Gallery Archive website for all past exhibitions from 2010 to 2018. View exhibition images and download catalogues.