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July 27 - 21 August 2020

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A quarter turn around the sun is a showcase of new student artwork from UniSA’s Bachelor of Contemporary Art program. Sculptural, video, photography and ceramic works explore themes of transmission, transience, and absence, teasing out the social and environmental implications of a new topography.

During a strange and unprecedented period of learning, characterised by moral uncertainty, a reliance on new technology, and isolation in all its forms, students stepped outside of their institutional boundaries and explored new ways of making and creating.

These new and intriguing works by a suite of South Australia’s emerging artists are the culmination of a four month period of isolation. They posit alternative ways of living and connecting with the landscape around us, and with each other.


SASA Gallery
Kaurna Building, City West Campus

Monday July 27 - Friday August 21
Monday - Wednesday: By appointment only
Thursday - Friday: 11am - 4pm

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Cover Image: Introspection by Lucinda Zola (2020). Video still.
Teaser Image: Antidote by Donna Gordge (2020). Sculpture.

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