Air is QAGOMA's stunning summer exhibition, featuring large-scale and immersive works by leading international and Australian artists across the entire ground floor of GOMA from November 26 - April 23.
Exploring the cultural, ecological and political dimensions of air, the exhibition will take visitors on a journey through this invisible, ethereal and vital element, reflecting on awareness of our shared atmosphere as life-giving, potentially dangerous and rapidly warming.
Featured in the exhibition will be Collection favourites including Ron Mueck’s monumental human sculpture In bed, Anthony McCall’s solid-light installation Crossing and Jonathan Jones’ lyrical evocation of wind, breath and bird call, untitled (giran).
A highlight of Air is Tomás Saraceno’s floating work Drift: A cosmic web of thermodynamic rhythms, which anchors the exhibition with a sequence of 13 large suspended spheres, partly mirrored and partly transparent, with some remaining still and others in subtle vertical motion.
Good to know - The opening weekend will be packed with performances, talks, workshops (including some for kids) and discussions.
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Nov 26 - Apr 23