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From Hereon: Posthuman, Nonhuman, Antihuman (Exhibition)


Fri 18 Sep 2020, 10:00am–5:00pm
Sat 28 Nov 2020, 11:00am–4:00pm

Where: Australian Centre for Photography, 21 Foley St., Darlinghurst, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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Tully Arnot, Hayden Fowler, Tristan Jalleh, Georgie Roxby Smith, Maija Tammi, Liam Young, and Bilbie Virtual Lab.

From hereon: posthuman, antihuman, nonhuman showcases new works by creatives, which share a common concern – how do we negotiate our presence in this contemporary world, and the influences that direct how we will move forward. The artists and collectives use photography, moving image and imaging technologies to produce innovative music videos, digital simulations and Virtual Reality (VR), which speculate on our existence in the near future.

Posthuman, nonhuman and antihuman are terms that extend on traditional concepts of how we relate to technology, nature and perceptions of our collective selves. The creatives exhibiting in ‘From hereon’ use imaging technologies to challenge our human-centric position and promotes respect for other sentient beings that share this planet. Some works disrupt notions of the linearity of time while others deliberate on life in future societies.

Images above: Liam Young, Still from Camouflage choreography, 2020. Georgie Roxby Smith, Still from IRL <I only exist on the internet>, 2020. Tristan Jalleh, Still from Mnemory palace II, 2020. Hayden Fowler, Still from Captive born, 2020. Courtesy of the artists.