UNSW Art exhibition at Blenheim House

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Same Bed Different Dreams is an exhibition by UNSW art students at the historic Blenheim House. The official opening took place on Saturday 20 August, with the exhibition featuring more than 30 artworks that explore the artist's relationship with the space around them.

Each artist has responded to Blenheim House in their own way – from decolonial unravelling and Asian architectures, to comforting nostalgia and speculative myths.

In partnership with Randwick City Council, UNSW brings Blenheim House to life with a fortnight of student art installations that imagine, reimagine and reflect on the history and stories contained within the heritage house.

This is a free entry exhibition, with no tickets or bookings needed.

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Upon arrival, one will encounter a polyphony of gestures and textures. Luxury fruits. Primordial parasites. Neon effigies. Microwave apartments. The salt of the occult. There is simply no telling what these dreams may behold to the sobering eye. Drop in for a feast for the eyes at any of the opening times.

Last Updated: 7 September 2022
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