An unapologetically bold exhibition about everything from sexual desire and bodily frailty to psychedelia and spiritual ecstasy.
What do you get when you assemble 24 international artists who are famously unafraid of taking risks and pushing the envelope? The result looks something like Hot Blood — an unapologetically bold exhibition set to hit White Rabbit Gallery in March.
Championing the raw and the dramatic, and reminding us that art's not always easy to digest, this contemporary artistic lineup promises not to pull any punches.
The likes of Sydney-based emerging artist Cindy Yuen-Zhe Chen and Macau multimedia artist Peng Yun will be among those showcasing their penchant for the subversive, through works that completely smash concepts of gender, age and identity.
Expect to dive right into the deep end with this one, exploring concepts ranging from sexual desire and bodily frailty to psychedelia and spiritual ecstasy. Check out our top five works to see at the exhibition.
Top image: Electromagnetic Brainology (2017).
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Friday, August 6 - Sunday, February 6
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