Axiom: A Re-imagined Reality is an art exhibition featuring the works of 50 Melbourne artists in celebration of International Day of People with Disability.
The Brotherhood of St Laurence, together with Arts Access Victoria and Footscray Community Arts Centre, is hosting this exhibition to showcase the talent of local artists with disability.
The exhibition will feature a vibrant and rich variety of art across a range of mediums at the SpACE@Collins, a contemporary and accessible gallery in Melbourne’s city centre.
Inspired by the International Day of People with Disability 2019 theme, Axiom: A Re-imagined Reality will explore a future that is accessible.
The SpACE@Collins is a wheelchair accessible venue, service and assistance animals are welcomed.
To get in touch about accessibility for this exhibition, email email@example.com or call Amanda (Axiom Access contact) on 0438 955 867.
For more information, visit ndis.bsl.org.au/axiom-a-reimagined-reality/
In the Present 1, Simon Paton, photographic print, 2019
Melbourne Cityscape, Joseph Terlikar, photographic print, 2015
Frustrum, Matthew Simpson, oil on canvas, 2019.
Spatial Movements from our Auslan Sign Language, Chelle Destefano, paper and plaster, 2019