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‘SUGAR’ by Bianka Kennedy, Auslan Interpretated and Audio Described

Bianka Kennedy, 'Orbs' (detail), 2020, board, paint, shellac, 120 diameter. Photo by Thomas McCammon.

Where: Praxis Artspace, 68-72 Gibson Street, Bowden


Saturday, 6 March 2021, 10am to 11am

Sugar? Sweet! But what do sugars in our body look like? Take a walk through an engaging exhibition of new works by visual artist and theatre designer Bianka Kennedy. Inspired by the research of scientist, Dr. Matthew Briggs, Bianka’s sculptures have been created through exploration of complex sugars in the body. A family and access encouraged event.

This exhibition will include “Access Sessions” which have been curated outside of Gallery Open Hours to welcome visitors who would like or need the sensory provisions provided in the various sessions.

Come along to an Auslan interpretation and Audio Description and tactile tour :

When: Saturday 6 March 2021
Time: 10-11am
Where: Praxis Artspace, 68-72 Gibson Street, Bowden
Audio Describer: Julie Fielke
Note: Also  an artist and scientist tour.

To book a place in one of these sessions please email the gallery here. 

Gallery times are 11.00am – 4.00pm Wednesday to Saturday, outside advertised special event times.

Find out more about SUGAR here. Exhibition runs from 11 February – 6 March 2021

    Accessibility information

  • sign language
  • audio description