Exploring “meta-narratives of time, landscape and systematic abstraction” the group exhibition incorporates hybridised approaches to painting, sculpture and new media in order to critically engage with the contemporary metaphysical. That’s not only a continuation of Callanan’s preoccupation with international organisations and authorities but the exhibition itself is named after his 3D globe ‘A Planetary Order (Terrestrial Cloud Globe)‘ as a ‘physical visualisation of real-time scientific data’, and presented in juxtaposition with Partridge and Paterson’s equally unique and playful approaches to global subjectivities.
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