To Be Human Floor Talk

To be human, so audacious it bears ill omen.

—Taguchi Randy

To coincide with QUT Sustainability Week and the To Be Human exhibition, join Renae Belton for a floor talk of what is the first major survey exhibition of Australian-Japanese artist duo Ken + Julia Yonetani.

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Working together since 2008, the artists have built a collaborative practice that unearths and visualises hidden connections between people and their environment. Responding to environmental degradation and global economic systems, their work addresses coral bleaching, increasing salinity levels, nuclear energy, and, most recently, the microbiome.

Please join us for this special Sustainability Week 2022 floor talk as we showcase our research, our teaching and our operational activities with a focus on environmental sustainability.

Image credit: Ken + Julia YONETANI, Crystal Palace: The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nuclear Nations (Germany) 2013, uranium glass, antique chandelier frames and electrical components, UV lights. The Gene & Brian Sherman Collection, Sydney. ©︎ Ken + Julia Yonetani. Courtesy of Mizuma Art Gallery.

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For any queries, contact QUT Art Museum on +61 7 3138 1384 or artmuseum@qut.edu.au.

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Place

QUT Art Museum

Date

26 August 2022

When

10:00 – 10:45AM   

Cost

Free