Skip to main content

Auslan Tour: Every Brilliant Eye

Join Deaf artist Luke King for an Auslan tour of Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s at 1 pm on Sunday 16 July at NGV Australia, Federation Square.

  • Free exhibition and Auslan tour
  • No booking necessary

Every Brilliant Eye: Australian Art of the 1990s explores a decade in Australian art. The works are from the NGV’s collection and reveal a time of dramaticchange as artists adopted new technologies and increasingly varied ways of making art.

Exploring grunge to techno, identity politics and cyborg culture, works include video, installation, photography, painting, sculpture, drawing, fashion and design, as well as ephemera from various artist collectives, artist run spaces and various Melbourne subcultures.

Meet Luke at the information desk on the ground floor of NGV Australia at 1 pm.

Header image: Psychogeography from the Psycho series in The mutant genome project, Patricia Piccinini, 1996, type C photograph

Event type: Performance. Title: The Testing Hills. Date: Jul 27–28 2017. Ticket cost: Free Accessibility features: Accessible venue, Assistive listening, Auslan interpreted,

george

Event type: Information session. Title: Melbourne Fringe FAQs: Social Media. Date: Aug 01 2017. Ticket cost: Free Accessibility features: Accessible venue, Auslan interpreted,

Event type: Performance. Title: The Real and Imagined History of the Elephant Man . Date: Aug 4–27 2017. Ticket cost: $35-$69 Accessibility features: Accessible venue, Accessible for blind/low vision, Audio described, Auslan interpreted, Companion card,

elephantaccess