Not Good Place
Josh Muir, Adam Ridgeway
• A multi-site audio described tour for people who are Blind or have low vision will take place on Sat 19 May
• Auslan-interpreted Artist Talk 9 May
Once again, the wisdom of First Peoples cuts through illusion to remind us of the bigger picture and warn us of the error of our ways. Revealing the harsh but necessary truth about where the path of human civilisation is heading, ancestors, elders and country possess the tools to guide us through the civilised psychosis that is modern living.
Across two sites (sunset and sunrise), sculpture, projection and sound are used to analyse the often destructive nature of city life, underlining the inherent responsibilities we each have to halt the damage that threatens both our country and our wellbeing. Told through a series of traditional totemic shields (reimagined in large-scale sculptural form), this is a wake-up call from the misguided pull of the rat race.
Josh Muir and Adam Ridgeway
Not Good Place has been assisted by City of Melbourne, Creative Victoria and Blak Dot Gallery.