On Earth traces conceptions of landscape and the environment as it is expressed and represented through the poetic devices of art. The exhibition examines the ways landscape manifests through culture, or personhood, and attempts to bring the two together, rather than separating them. On Earth includes artworks from the QUT Art Collection alongside the work of contemporary Australian artists. This timely exhibition delves into current discourses around the environment and how the arts may offer a different understanding of our opportunities and challenges.
Artists: Robert Andrew, Ray Beattie, Ian Burn, Michael Cook, Dean Cross, Nici Cumpston, Bonita Ely, Emma Fielden, Greg Forsyth, Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori, Kinly Grey, Dale Harding, Isaac Walter Jenner, Jillian Namatjira, Claude Pannka, Toni Robertson, Joe Rootsey, Kate Shaw, Sancintya Mohini Simpson, Yasmin Smith, Warraba Weatherall, Keemon Williams, Women’s Domestic Needlework Group and two historical works by artists once known.
Curated by Sarah Werkmeister.
The Social Story illustrates a visit to the exhibition On Earth at QUT Art Museum with information about what to expect. This tool is designed for use by individuals requiring support to navigate through the Museum and enjoy the experience.
At the On Earth exhibition at QUT Art Museum, follow the wayfinding floor decals to navigate the space and not miss any of the artworks.
QUT Art Museum floorplan and sensory map (PDF, 902KB)
27 March 2021 - 6 June 2021
Tuesday – Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 12pm – 4pm
Sunday 10am – 3pm
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