3 April @ 1:00 pm - 27 April @ 5:00 pm
Curated by Felicity Spear
Michael ValeImagining a parallel universe suggests that we look to the complex workings of the human brain, much of which still remains a mystery, in order to propose a parallel or different universe.
The idea or experience of an imagined other is the subject of the artists in this exhibition. They create works which speak of an unfamiliar environment where a different way of thinking or seeing, a scientific hypothesis or a psychological state, could be extended beyond our sense of an immediate reality. We can and do experience what could be thought of as parallel universes in our mind, our dreams and imaginings. But what if beyond our dislocated dreams we could sense a parallel universe made possible because we could see more of the information which we cannot now see? A universe which another being might perceive but humans might not.
Anne Scott Wilson
Level 8 Room 16 Nicholas Building 37 Swanston Street
Melbourne 3000 (The corner of Flinders Lane)
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