3 April–16 June 2023
Weekdays 9 am–5 pm
Lu Yang's Screen Bodies
29 August–16 December 2022
Saturday 3 September: 11am–3pm
Saturday 29 October: 11am–3pm
Curated by Ari Heinrich, Gabriel Remy-Handfield, Ashley Lee Wong, and Chin-Jie Melodie Liu.
China & ANU at 75
5–29 July 2022
Selected weekends: Saturday 23 July, 11am-3pm
Australian Centre on China in the World
Building 188, Fellows Lane
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2601
Wayfaring 找路: Photography in 1970s–80s Taiwan
See the Wayfaring: Photography in 1970s–80s Taiwan exhibition page for more information.
Drawing Near 近鄉·回溯 by Chin-Jie Melodie Liu 劉沁潔
Drawing Near investigates contrasting Taiwanese identities through a multidisciplinary visual arts practice. The series documents artist Chin-Jie Melodie Liu’s journey of understanding her own identity as a Taiwanese woman of mixed heritage (of waisheng 外省 and bensheng 本省) through reinterpreting objects and photographs.
Gobi in the Heart of Asia
Mongolia is defined by its nomadic horse-culture and untamed landscape. It is a place where one can connect with nature and be completely free in a perfect harmony between people and nature. The artist portrays his love for the unique beauty of Mongolia in this, the first solo exhibition of his work.
Living Water: Journeying in inks
Fuelled by a passion for ink and paper, and intrigued by the rich visual languages of Chinese painting and Chinese calligraphy, Living Water: Journeying in inks, is Ella Whateley’s response to immersion in Taiwanese culture during her residency at National Taiwan University of Arts. Dr.
Opening Night — The Colours of Anthropology: A Visual Anthropology Exhibition
The Colours of Anthropology photography exhibition is an exploration of sensory ethnography with a particular focus on colour. It showcases the photographs of ANU anthropologists taken during their research “in the field” in various places around the world.
Newly discovered photographs of Beijing, 1900–1902
The photographs of Beijing in this exhibition were taken in 1901 and 1902 shortly after the end of the Boxer Uprising. They come from an album in the possession of Svetlana Paichadze, assistant professor at Hokkaido University.
Telling Tales: a look inside the Asia-Pacific map collection
Telling Tales: A Look Inside the Asia-Pacific Map Collection shows a selection of maps from the Collection’s unique holdings to offer a picture of the distinct way maps generate meaning and tell stories of time and place.
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