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Hold/Sway & Queer Pendulum - 2020 QUT Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition - ARI Remix - A Polyvocal Memory of Australian Artist-Run Culture and Heritage "Work in Progress"
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Hold/Sway & Queer Pendulum – 2020 QUT Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition

 

 

Hold/Sway exhibition QUT Visual Arts Graduates Exhibition

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https://hold-sway.com

 

 

 

The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) acknowledges the Turrbal and Yugara, as the First Nations owners of the lands where QUT now stands. We pay respect to their Elders, lores, customs and creation spirits. We recognise that these lands have always been places of teaching, research and learning.

 

 

QUT acknowledges the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people play within the QUT community.

 

 

About
Welcome to Hold Sway.

 

 

Hold Sway is the 2020 QUT Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition. This online platform captures this year’s exhibition and showcases the art practices of 32 emerging artists. Hold Sway features an online exhibition catalogue and presents virtual events including artist talks, screenings and performances from 11th – 28th November, 2020.

 

 

The art practices featured in Hold Sway address the challenges facing us today – climate activism, our relationship to nature and each other, animal rights and protection, gender fluidity, sexuality, cultural diversity, mental health, spirituality, memory and embodied experience – the fabric of how we engage in our everyday lives and the connections we continually remake in the societal, ecological and creative environments we now inhabit.

 

 

These graduates are emerging into a complex world, with many unknown challenges but also, yet to be determined future possibilities. We wish them all the very best for the future, and are confident that they will hold sway, while making insightful, exciting and unique personal and cultural contributions to contemporary art and life.

 

 

Acknowledgements

 

 

We would like to acknowledge the Visual Arts academic staff, technical staff and 3rd year students who contributed to the 2020 Graduate Exhibition.

 

 

Thank you to Charlie Hillhouse and Carl Warner for video and photographic documentation of the exhibition.

 

 

The student management team was: Ruaa Al-Rikabi, Charlee Carthew De-Looze, Isabella Catenaro, Bella Deary, Zara Dudley, Georgia Hayward, Jasmine Megson, Lucy Nguyen-Hunt, Nicholas Tossmann.

 

 

Events

Panel Discussion

Queer Pendulum

In conversation with Ruaa Al-Rikabi, graduating artists Isabella Catenaro, Jakob Perrett, Lucy Nguyễn-Hunt, and Rhanjell Villanueva discuss the importance of diverse Queer representation, locating themselves and other Queer-identifying bodies through art.

https://hold-sway.com/events

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