spaced 2: future recall is an international group exhibition that showcases the artistic, cultural and social outcomes of the second edition of spaced,
a recurring international event of socially engaged art. The exhibition draws together works made by Australian and overseas artists who lived and
worked for extended periods in Western Australian rural and remote communities throughout 2013-14, developing new works based on an engagement with
local residents, histories and landscapes.
Presented in partnership with the Western Australian Museum, spaced 2: future recall explores the idea of collective memory, as the source of competing narratives through which communities create new visions of their present and future.
Participating artists: Michael Bullock (VIC), Erin Coates & Anna Nazzari (WA), Archana Hande (India), Lily Hibberd (VIC), Jay Koh (Singapore/Germany), Pia Lanzinger (Germany), Maddie Leach (New Zealand), Tea Mäkipää (Finland), Daphne Major (The Netherlands), John Mateer (WA), Daniel Peltz (USA), Ruben Santiago (Spain), Monika Thomas (WA). Participating communities: Albany, Bangalore, Cervantes, Cocos Islands/Katanning, Derby, Esperance, Geraldton, Karratha, Laverton, Mandurah, Tom Price, Western Desert communities.
- Moree Plains Gallery, Moree, NSW | 9 February - 7 April 2018
- Umbrella Studios Contemporary Arts, Townsville City, QLD | 6 August - 12 September 2018
- Geraldton Regional Art Gallery, Geraldton, WA | 1 December 2018 - 1 February 2019
Image: Erin Coates and Anna Nazzari Cetapho-bia 2015 (detail), lm still, single channel HD video with stereo sound. Image courtesy and © the artist.