Situated inside a former Naval administration site overlooking Sydney’s harbour, the show featured artists whose works deal with notions of “world-making, centres and peripheries”, and the socio-political contexts of this in a globalised, neoliberal present. Cosmopolitan unpacked these ideas through the installation, video and mixed media works of over a dozen artists, with “subcultural aesthetics and expressions of community pushed up against the logic of globalisation.”**
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