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Audio-described Tour: Yucky

Presented by

Adelaide Contemporary Experimental (ACE)

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1 hour


$0 - Free

Event description

Yucky Public Program Curator, Hen Vaughan will share the knowledge they have learnt from liasing with the exhibition artists.

Yucky is a group exhibition that explores the personal and political complexities that exist as part of disabled experience. The exhibition’s premise and title has been led by artist Sam Petersen in conversation with ACE. This is a group exhibition featuring a custom made bench that can be sat on, a knitted jumper, photographs, a kinetic installation, ceramics, and poetry.

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Meeting point: ACE art gallery, Lion Arts Centre, North Terrace. If you are unsure of how to find ACE, email Grace to arrange a meeting place on North Terrace.
This is a walking tour through the gallery with stools or seats with backrests available.
There are also audio files of each artist statement and core exhibition information throughout the gallery space accessible via a QR code – you can access these at any time here.

Josh Campton & Lorcan Hopper (AUS), Sophie Cassar (AUS), Makeda Duong (AUS), Sam Petersen (AUS), Elizabeth Reed (AUS) and Finnegan Shannon (USA).

Rayleen Forester, Grace Marlow and Patrice Sharkey.

Public Program Curators:
Hen Vaughan and William Maggs.

Image: Sam Petersen, Wee, 2020, digital photograph. Courtesy of the artist.

Sam Petersen has been supported by Creative Australia.
The Yucky Public Program Curators are supported by the Government of South Australia through the Richard Llewellyn Deaf and Disability Arts program.
This project is presented and supported by Adelaide Festival.
The Yucky Reading Room is supported by the City of Adelaide.
The Culture Brothers are supported by Tutti Arts.


  • Wheelchair Accessibility
  • Audio Description