In Your Dreams
- When 6 Jan - 7 Apr 2018
CNR OXFORD ST & GREENS RD PADDINGTON NSW 2021
TUES TO SAT, 10AM–5PM
+61 2 8936 0888
The divide between rich and poor is widening, conflict and climate change are forcing people from their homelands, displacement and homelessness are on the rise. Despite social and technological advances, for many people in the world access to a good quality of life is proving more and more difficult. In this exhibition, 14 international artists explore the impact of inequality on individuals and communities from diverse corners of the globe.
'In Your Dreams' includes photographic and film-based works created by artists from Australia, Bangladesh, China, France, Greece, Jordan, Mexico, Nigeria, Papua New Guinea, South Africa and the US. The people and communities depicted in the exhibition are not generally seen in popular representations of 21st century societies, their complex situation relegated to the “too-hard” basket by media consumers unaffected by the harshest impacts of inequality of wealth and opportunity.
Samsul Alam Helal
Sim Chi Yin
and Mary Zournazi
A/Prof Felicity Fenner and Cherie McNair
11am Saturday 6 January, UNSW Galleries
Associate Professor Felicity Fenner, Director of UNSW Galleries; Cherie McNair, Director & CEO of the Australian Centre for Photography; 'Tell' exhibition curator Jessica Clark; and exhibiting artists Samuel Gratacap (France) and Deanne Gilson (Australia) engage in a series of talks exploring the two exhibitions 'In Your Dreams' and 'Tell: Contemporary Indigenous Photography'.
Presented in partnership with the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) in association with Sydney Festival, UNSW Centre for Ideas and UNSW's Grand Challenge engaging the issue of Inequality. It is supported by the City of Sydney, Embassy of France and Embassy of the United States of America.