Tarrawarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form
For the sixth time, the Tarrawarra Museum of Art in the Yarra Ranges will put on its Biennial with several major new commissions, performance events, artists' talks and artworks exploring physical expressions of human will.
Tarrawarra Biennial 2018: From Will to Form, curated by Emily Cormack, runs August 3 to November 6 and will feature 23 Australian artists and one artist group, from Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Torres Straight.
Mike Parr will launch the Biennial with new performative work Whistle White (2018), in which young artists will whistle continuously for three days.
Tarrawarra was established in 2000 and displays Australian art from the second half of the twentieth century onwards. The museum held its first Biennial in 2006 to create a platform for cutting-edge contemporary art from across the country.
Its latest considers the unseen forces that guide human behaviour and how they play out consciously and unconsciously through art.
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