Visible Horizon

A Visible Horizon is a place where the earth and sky meet. It is a universal concept that signifies the point at which time and space connect. Thinking about time can lead us to thinking about the future, and imagining what it may hold. Thinking about space can lead us to thinking about a far off land, and imagining this reality.

In this exchange exhibition 20 Japanese artists will exhibit in Melbourne, Australia, and 20 Australian Artists will exhibit in Yamanashi, Japan.

We ask; what do Japanese contemporary artists imagine a far off place, Australia, to be like? What do Australian contemporary artists imagine Japan to be like? And collectively, what do Japanese and Australian Artists imagine the future to be like?

We invite you to come visit Melbourne (Australia) opening at the Library Artspace on Friday the 17th of February coinciding with the AIRY gallery opening in Japan. There will be a live Skype link up with AIRY gallery and live music on the night.

Detail from "Heaven and Earth" wood block print by Beth Croce

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