SUGAR

11 February - 6 March 2021
OPENING | Thursday 11th February, 6-8pm - VENUE AT CAPACITY
GUEST SPEAKER | Kristin Alford, Futurist & Director of MOD. (Museum of Discovery)

Sugar? Sweet! But what do sugars in our body look like? Take a walk through an engaging exhibition of new works by visual artist and theatre designer Bianka Kennedy. Inspired by the research of scientist, Dr. Matthew Briggs, Bianka’s sculptures have been created through exploration of complex sugars in the body. A family and access encouraged event.

This exhibition will include "Access Sessions" which have been curated outside of Gallery Open Hours to welcome visitors who would like or need the sensory provisions provided in the various sessions. See full list below. To book a place in one of these sessions please email the gallery HERE. 

SATURDAY 27th February 10-11am | Low Sensory Gallery Experience

SATURDAY 6th March, 10-11am | Auslan interpretation and Audio description and tactile tour (and artist and scientist tour)

Download our ACCESS GUIDE here

Read the CATALOGUE ESSAY here

Listen to the RADIO ADELAIDE Interview here

Bianka Kennedy, 'DeterioratedOrbs' (detail), 2020, board, paint, shellac, 120 diameter. Photo by Thomas McCammon.
Bianka Kennedy, 'DeterioratedOrbs' (detail), 2020, board, paint, shellac, 120 diameter. Photo by Thomas McCammon.

We acknowledge the land on which this exhibition is presented as the traditional lands of the Kaurna people., and pay our respects to Elders past, present, and emerging.

The artist acknowledges the support of Inspiring South Australia, Event Technologies, and Fox Creek Wines, and also extends thanks to Martin Murray, Ben Tanner, Mark Oakley, Anthony Nocera, and Greg Kennedy.