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An exciting new exhibition is opening at the Judith Wright Contemporary of Arts Centre this December that will explore the constant change and shift of humankind. A part of the Flying Arts non-for-profit organisation; the curators Zoe Blandford, Gillian Jones, Jo Kaspari and Emma McLean have created a program to explore the various faces of change within our natural and man-made environments, the global community and perhaps even in individuals. The event begins on the 8th of December 2016 and runs until the 20th January 2017. You can observe the various works by carefully chosen artists Monday through to Friday from 9am until 5pm (plus enjoy free entry!).
The artists who will be bringing to life this exhibition are Duke Albada, Chris Bennie, Joachim Froese, Sharmila Nezovic and Jude Roberts. All these artists collectively will invite you to consider and explore the different interpretations and meanings of what it means to 'shift' and humanity's capacity to adapt to its surroundings.
This exhibition will not only teach you something you may not have already known about our history but it will also reveal the irony in that humans, as a species, are consistent in that we are forever changing and adapting to our surroundings (some better than others). The centre where the exhibition is being held is located at 420 Brunswick Street in Brisbane's bustling Fortitude Valley.