Camille Serisier, Leila Perry, Multimedia Installation, 2016
We are excited to announce SGAR artist Camille Serisier’s new installation ‘Leila Perry’ is to be exhibited at Miegunyah House Museum, 35 Jordan Terrace, Bowen Hills, as part of the Resonance exhibition program. The Resonance program is curated by Natasha Lewis Honeymoon and features the work of five artists’ who have been invited to respond to local history across three of Brisbane’s significant historical houses. The conceptual premise of Camille’s project is informed by the life of Leila Perry, one of Brisbane’s early notable women, Camille’s work presents a new media installation in response to Leila’s story.
The exhibition will be launched by guest Samantha Littley, the curator at UQ Art Museum, from 5.30pm – 7.30pm Friday May 6. Artist talks by Camille Serisier and Natasha Lewis Honeymoon are at 5.00pm. The exhibition will continue Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10.30am to 3pm from 21 April to 15 May 2016.
Other artists featured in the Resonance exhibition program are Sara Irannejad, Natasha Lewis Honeyman, Mandana Mapar, and Sally Molloy. The other participating historical houses are Newstead House and Old Government House. The opening event’s dress theme is cocktail, with light refreshments provided, courtesy of the Queensland Women’s Historical Association.
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