World Without End
Experience the spectacle, wonder and turbulence of a world in motion.
World Without End explores the poetics of time, place and natural phenomena. It explores our sense of time and place in the world, and reveals the turbulence, spectacle and wonder of worlds in motion.
Our experience of the world is shaped by the subtle and dramatic forces of nature, the energies and rhythms of cities, and the elastic time of global travel and instant communication networks.
This exhibition reveals how we perceive the world through an endless series of flows and flux: cycles of night and day, constantly changing weather patterns, crossings through natural and urban environments, currents of memory, emotion and reflection.
Descend into the Screen Gallery, a unique exhibition space tunnelling the length of Federation Square, to experience the world through a range of alternate lenses: everyday occurrences and familiar places seem strangely new and newly strange.
Curated by Alessio Cavallaro and Alexie Glass.
14 April – 17 July 2005