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Installation view of Zoë Bastin, Bridget Griffiths, Kari Lee McInneny-McRae, Josephine Mead, Jazz Money and Katie Paine, *Relics of Survival*, 2019, Bus Projects, Melbourne. Photo: Christo Crocker

Relics of Survival
  • Anador Walsh

17 Aug 2019
Bus Projects 6 Aug - 30 Aug 2019

Bus Projects' current exhibition Relics of Survival evokes private emotions and experiences, and situates them in the public realm. Curated by artists Zoë Bastin and Kari Lee McInneny-McRae, Relics of Survival makes tangible the intangible so that it cannot be dismissed or ignored. In Bastin's own words: “I wonder what it means to make a record of existence, to push up against the systems we exist within that silenced our voices, that have limited our power”.

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