Kyoko Imazu

Currently showing

Odile
5 May - 23 June
A major exhibition held across four cultural venues in Greater Dandenong: Heritage Hill Museum and Historic Gardens, Drum Theatre, Garnar Lane and Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre
Eleven artists explore ideas implicit with good and evil, performance and identity while referencing dance, puppetry and the spoken word.
Odile takes its inspiration from the black swan in Tchaikovsky’s classic tale Swan Lake. The sinister and seductive black swan Odile is contrasted with the innocent white swan Odette.
Commissioned by City of Greater Dandenong

The exhibition features contemporary artists Zoe Croggon, Anne Ferran, Juan Ford, Tarryn Gill, Jenny Holzer, Kyoko Imazu, Hung Lin, Polixeni Papapetrou, Kate Rohde, Vanessa White, Gosia Wlodarczak.

The exhibition is best experienced as a self guided walking tour.

Upcoming

Turn Three Times Before Laying Down
2 June – 15 July
n this exploration of the nature of the animal world, our (often) anthropomorphic relationships with them and the diverse cultural attitudes towards pets and pet ownership. Artists Deb Williams, Rona Green, Kyoko Imazu, Stephen Castledine, Mikaela Castledine, Megan Evans and Mandy Renard provide us with a wildly diverse multi-disciplinary approach as they attempt to understand our relationship with the animal world.
Gallery 152
152 Avon Tce York
WA 6302