Lupercalia

Abdul Abdullah, Elsie-Jayne Beinke, Jazmina Cininas, Susan Flavell, and Luke Thurgate

Tuesday 2 April – Friday 7 June

Opening Event
Tuesday 2 April
Adelaide Central Gallery, 6pm – 8pm

Drawing together an array of local and interstate artists, this new exhibition examines the werewolf as a metaphor in contemporary art. The half-human, half –animal creature is employed to explore ideas ranging from dual identities, hybridity, race and gender divides, and post-Internet politics.

 
banner image | detail: Jazmina Cininas, Kee-On-Ee Was A Trail Blazer For Her Kind, 2012, reduction linocut print on BFK Rives 300 gsm, image size: 61.6 x 56 cm.