Drawn Together, a solo exhibition of new work by Erin Dunne, offers an autobiographical account of contemporary life in rural and regional Central Queensland from a queer perspective. The work’s presentation seeks to embody the fluidity and porousness of boundaries that demarcate queer bodies, experiences and geographies. Reflecting on moments of intimacy, vulnerability, playfulness and the ordinary, the work simultaneously reveals and inscribes the presence of queer bodies, practices and communities in these locations. Drawn Together aims to create a space for reflection, conversation and exchange that enables exploration of new possibilities for articulating queer presence and experience that exist beyond the known, the metropolitan, and the stereotypical.
This project was made possible by the Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, provided through
Regional Arts Australia, administered in Queensland by Flying Arts Alliance. Erin Dunne is represented by GALA Gallery.
Friday 15 January, 6.00pm
To be officially opened at 6.15pm by Kerryanne Farrer, Executive Officer of Flying Arts Alliance
Artist In-Conversation and Q&A:
Saturday 16 January, 10.30am – 11.30am
Erin Dunne in conversation with Madeline Brewer
Exhibition Dates: January 15 – January 23 2021
Opening Times: 10.00am – 4.00pm Tuesday – Saturday.
Closed Sunday & Monday.
Queensland College of Art
226 Grey Street, Southbank, 4101
(07) 3735 6106