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Feedback Loops

10 Dec 2019

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Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) is opening its summer season exhibition Feedback Loops in December and will exhibit until March 22.

The exhibition presents six immersive artworks from Australian and international artists using a mix of video, installation, interactive gaming, artificial intelligence and live performance alongside material practices of sculpture, textiles, drawing and painting.

Having been born in the generation of the 1980s, exhibiting artists drew from their experience of growing up in an age of developing technology, popular culture and art history, using aesthetics of the internet and ethics of new materialist philosophies.

Themes of mythology, spirituality and philosophy have been merged with new media, computer and virtual life expressed as disrupted approaches to narrative, time, space, value, power and considerations of empathy towards both human and non-human forms.

The show is curated by Miriam Kelly and includes new commissions and recent works by Madison Bycroft (Australia), Tianzhuo Chen (China), Lu Yang (China), Sahej Rahal (India), Justin Shoulder (Australia) and Zadie Xa (Canada).

Coffee Cart moves indoor!

ACCA’s beloved coffee cart is offering Southbank residents and workers $3 coffees all summer long.

The team at ACCA is moving its coffee cart indoors and setting up an inviting new relaxed seating area alongside it to help locals beat the heat, with cold brew coffee by St Ali now available!

And locals who show proof of their postcode 3006 (residents or workers) are entitled to $3 coffee all summer. BYO cups will also receive a 30-cent discount, while purchasing an ACCA keep cup scores you a free coffee. Student discounts are also available.

The coffee cart will be open over the festive season except for public holidays.

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