SELF// OFF THE KERB'S 14th BIRTHDAY SHOW FOR CHARITY
CHARITIES SUPPORTED THROUGH THIS EXHIBITION:
WALA Animal Sanctuary
IMPACT for Women from Domestic Violence
HEALING FOUNDATION to pay the Rent and Stop Aboriginal deaths in custody
Ayman Kaake | Aaron Condon | Alexis Winter | Amanda Wright | Aude | Baaqiy Ghazali | Brendan Rowe | Brian Cheung | Cezary Stulgis | Chris Costa
Cindy Nguyen | David Lee Pereira | Dawn Robinson | Deanndra Rose | Emily Wright | Erin Michelle | FlagBurner | Freya Jobbins | Hellotomato
Julia Schmitt | Lauri Smith | Liam Snootle | Liz Gridley | Lucy Lucy |Maria Petrova | Mitchell Asquith | Natalie Bessell | Nick Ilton
Peatree | Rachael Edwards | Rachel Derum | Rebecca Pidgeon | Ruby Knight | Ryan Pola | Sara Deane | Shan Primrose | Shane Bonsujet
Sooj Mitton | Tania Matilda | Tao Lee | The Little Librarian | Ying Huang | Zac Grenfell
Self is a group exhibition celebrating Off the Kerb’s14th anniversary. It explores one’s identity – who you are, the way you think about yourself, the way you are viewed by the world and the individual, key characteristics that define you. It takes into account culture, customs and social behaviour of a particular people or society. It examines those social and political influences that shape you.
Self explored heritage – a person’s unique, inherited sense of identity, the values, tradition, language & religion passed down from previous generations. It takes into consideration gender, sexual preference and orientation.
This exhibition aims to raise awareness and financial support for issues that have become urgent for us to act on. The Black Lives Matter Movement shines a light on our need to listen to our First Nations Peoples to pay the rent and end black deaths in custody. Now is the time to address family violence matters..Now more than ever we need to stand up for the rights of the voiceless.