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 Contemporary Art
  At The Vanishing Point - Contemporary Art Inc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
565 King Street
NEWTOWN NSW 2042
(02) 9519 2340
0430 083 364
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Gallery Hours:
Thursday - Sunday
10am-6pm
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Solid Ground II: Echoes

Curated by Tom Macphail*
13 - 30 June 2013

With a Federal election approaching, Solid Ground II: Echoes is an inquiry into the current debates pertaining
to asylum seekers and refugees within Australia by bringing together a range of artists and writers, aiming
to approach the subject by expressing a variety of viewpoints, observations and lived experiences.

The aim of the exhibition is to focus on the facts of the current issues whilst considering Australia's
immigration history, international context and the political rhetoric and media sensationalism that has
marred the issues and demonized 'boat people'. The 'White Australian' policy of earlier decades demonstrates
that Australian's fear of outsiders is nothing new, yet the current polarization of the voting public reveals issues
of underlying xenophobia that we have yet to shake off.

At The Vanishing Point gallery, in association with OPEN Marrickville is calling for artists whose
artworks/practices are engaged with the above subject and writers who are looking to be published with the
exhibition's accompanying zine.

All medium and contemporary visual arts practices are welcome to apply.

Propose up to 5 artworks per artist.

Proposals due 6pm Sunday 2 June.

For a proposal form click here.

 For further information call (02) 9519 2340 or email info@atthevanishingpoint.com.au


*Curated under ATVPs Emerging Curator Mentorship program. Solid Ground II: Echoes is supported by funding from Marrickville Council's Open Marrickville festival & ATVP's Emerging Curator Mentorship program, supported by The Visual Arts and Craft Strategy and the NSW Government through Arts NSW.



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