Translating Ambiance

Thursday 05 September 2019 - Sunday 22 September 2019

Translating Ambiance is a group exhibition at Yarra Sculpture Gallery, curated by Dr Jordan Lacey.

Artists include Polly Stanton/Byron Dean, Bruce Mowson, Martin Kay, Camilla Hannan, Jordan Lacey/remi freer, Salomé Voegelin/Lisa Hall, Michael Graeve, Andrew Goodman and Catherine Clover.

The artists in this exhibition have been asked to respond to the research theme in relationship to their own practices.

Translating Ambiance forms part of Dr Jordan Lacey's DECRA (Discovery Early Career Researcher Award) project, specifically focusing on how the environmental ambience of wilderness areas can be translated into urban spaces. This is in keeping with the Australian Government's Environmental Change and Urban resilience research priority area.

Jordan is a Research Fellow working across RMIT's School of Design and School of Art. His interest is in the interface of sonic arts and urban design, investigating the role of sound installations in the development of creative cites and improved social health and well being.

Opening: Thursday 5th September 6-8pm 
Exhibition dates: September 5 – 22
Opening hours: Thursday - Sunday 11am - 4pm
Location: Yarra Sculpture Gallery 117 Vere St, Abbotsford

Yarra Sculpture Gallery


Date and time:
Opening: Thursday 5 September, 6pm - 8pm
Thursday 05 September 2019 - Sunday 22 September 2019

117 Vere Street, Abbotsford