WK9Wed 29 Jul – Sat 15 Aug

My brain but not my brain

My brain but not my brain is a group exhibition in Kudos Gallery's 2020 exhibition program. This exhibition Features work by Annabel Scanlen Annie Areum Shin Fei Gao Jessie Nok Wai Hui Jodie Sim Karan Singh Shekhawat Natalie Quan Yau Tso

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Opening: Wednesday 19.07.20, @ 6pm
via Facebook Live Stream.
Exhibition continues: 29.07.20 - 15.08.20

Annabel Scanlen
Annie Areum Shin
Fei Gao
Jessie Nok Wai Hui
Jodie Sim
Karan Singh Shekhawat
Natalie Quan Yau Tso

My brain but not my brain is a group exhibition that explores how our subconscious selves are more honest than our conscious selves. Meandering through spheres of dreamscapes, trauma-processing and object or material embodiments, we explore our identities and truths based on what we are not thinking rather than what we know. The collection of works by Annabel Scanlen, Annie Areum Shin, Fei Gao, Jessie Nok Wai Hui, Jodie Sim, Karan Singh Shekhawat and Natalie Quan Yau Tso acknowledges the 'hidden brain' as the start of true self-understanding.

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Video: Fei Gao, Is dad still not back?, 2020, Mixed media, 33x29x9cm


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Gallery opening hours

Wed - Fri 11:00am - 4:00pm
Sat 11:00am - 4:00pm
6 Napier St, Paddington NSW 2021
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www.arc.unsw.edu.au/kudos


Kudos Gallery acknowledges and pays respect to the Bidjigal and Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the owners of the land on which Kudos Gallery shares, creates and operates on. We pay our respects to elders past and present, and acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. This will always be Aboriginal land.