On Vulnerability and Doubt
Human sensitivity is explored and laid bare in the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art’s the new winter exhibition, On Vulnerability and Doubt.
Curated by ACCA’s Artistic Director Max Delany, the two-month showcase highlights the intimacy, desire, shame, awkwardness and love that go hand-in-hand with vulnerability and doubt. It also references the biblical story of Doubting Thomas – the cynic who refused to believe what he hadn’t experienced for himself.
Across mediums of painting, printmaking, photography, sculpture and video, a mix of new commissions and existing works will be on display from Australian talents such as Cherine Fahd, Brent Harris, Linda Marrinon, Archie Moore, and Charlie Sofo, alongside international artists Andrea Büttner, Tala Madani and Ambera Wellmann.
There will also be lots of ways to explore the exhibition further and engage with artists through (mostly free) public programs including artist talks, panel discussions, artist-led making workshops, exhibition tours and more.
This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art.