Current Exhibition Current Exhibition

1 December - 21 January 2018

Domestic Duties Chapter Three ‘Sacred in the Domestic’
Kim Schoenberger


Official opening: Friday 1 December, 5.30pm
Guest Speaker: Dr. Ginna Brock
Free event, all welcome.



Domestic Duties Chapter Three ‘Sacred in the Domestic’
Taking the humble tasks of the domestic and discovering the sacred, Schoenberger plays with semiotics and symbolism to create metaphors and portals of understanding in this final exploration of Domestic Duties. She finds the ephemera of household chores that connects communities and represents personal concepts of connection, hopes and dreams.


Image: Domestic Duties Chapter Three ‘Sacred in the Domestic’, (detail), 2017,Vintage laundry trolley basket, wire basket, powder-coat, 22ct gold leaf, upcycled pillowcases and ink. Photo-credit Tony Webdale

Domestic Duties Chapter Three 'Sacred in the Domestic'
is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.    

Object Therapy

Official opening: Friday 1 December, 5.30pm
Guest Speaker: Lisa Cahill, Director, Australian Design Centre
Free event, all welcome.








Object Therapy is an exhibition and project that explores creative transformation and notions of value and repair. Object Therapy showcases innovative design solutions while exploring the attachments we form with objects.
As a project and exhibition, it encourages us to rethink our habits of material consumption while exploring and
celebrating the role and creative possibilities of repair in society.
Object Therapy is a project by Hotel Hotel.
Developed in partnership with UNSW Art & Design and ANU School of Art and Design.

Object Therapy is part of ADC On Tour, the Australian Design Centre’s national touring program,
supported by the Australian Government’s, Visions of Australia (Visions) program.






Official opening: Friday 1 December, 5.30pm
Guest Speaker: Chris Boden 
Free event, all welcome.





Featuring AR artists Danielle Caners, Eeva Meltio, Ghost Patrol, Neon Mystic, Sutu, Marc-o-Matic,
Petrus Louhio and Sky Ogden. This exhibition brings art to life with animation and sound. Working with contemporary artists, animators and musicians from around the world to create original works of Augmented Art that pushes the boundaries of this new exciting medium. Augmented Reality technology has the magical power to evoke wonder, challenge your perception of reality and provide a new perspective and sensory experience.
For more information about Prosthetic Reality and Eyejack visit