Hyphenated Biennial focuses on meaningful collaborations between First Nations and Asian diasporic artists. Join us in a collective (un)learning across Melbourne’s West.
26 NOVEMBER 2021
9 APRIL 2022
Hyphenated Biennial is a new artist-led project set to connect communities across Melbourne’s West, on the Lands of the Kulin Nation. The inaugural edition focuses on dialogues, solidarity and meaningful collaborations between First Nations and Asian diasporic artists.
With exhibitions, public programs and online experiences, the project will run from November 2021 to early 2022. Join in on the conversation with Hyphenated Biennial and reframe our views of the world today.
Artists involved in the exibitions and programs include Elyas Alavi, Moorina Bonini, Jacob Boehme & Nithya Nagarajan & Kalanjay Dhir, Sab D’Souza, Jacinta Keefe & Ellen YG Son, Jenna Lee, Jazz Money, Ashley Perry & Siying Zhou, Talia Smith, Beth Thornber, Jennifer Ma & David Leupolu.
For more about the program, click below.
Exhibitions and events are taking place over several galleries including Footscray Community Arts, Incinerator Gallery, The Substation and Sunshine Art Spaces.
To find out more about the exhibitions across the venues, click on the below links.
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