Hosted by China Cultural Centre, Sydney from 5 March to 29 April 2021 from 10am to 5pm at China Cultural Centre in Sydney, level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney - AIR WATER LOVE is a FREE contemporary art exhibition. You, however, need to register to attend.
Curated by Nicholas Tsoutas, you'll find works by artists Bingbing Chen, Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen, Maddison Gibbs, Anne Graham, Hong Li, Noelene Lucas, Pamela See and Anne Zahalka. A creative dialogue between Australian Chinese women artists and Australian women artists, it reflects the cultural diversity of our contemporary community.
A follow up to the successful WHOSE STORY IS THIS?....anyway! in 2020 that made a strong commitment of celebrating and valuing women's voices in contemporary art and the significance of how women perceive and see the world around themselves, including the influential Australia Chinese artist Lindy Lee. With climate change being at the forefront of our environmental considerations, this exhibition privileges cross-cultural women's perspective on the crisis of climate change and how we develop our understandings of an ecologically sustainable future.
Examining the fragility of our natural environment, this exhibition reminds us that we need to listen to, and increase our awareness of the planet's warnings regarding the precariousness of our environment, and the need to change the ways we live in this world. Part of International Women's Day, it's a platform for women across cultures, Chinese and Australian, coming together to express their concerns about climate change, the environment, and the need to deal with these issues differently with the power of love, if we are to continue to breathe the clean air, and drink the clean water that sustains life.