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By Sarah Ward
December 23, 2018
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By Sarah Ward
December 23, 2018
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Until Sunday, March 3, Carriageworks is playing host to the latest exhibition by American artist Nick Cave, which explores issues of gun violence, gender politics and race relations in America. Until is his largest solo presentation, and marks the same achievement for the Eveleigh venue — and now, as part of Sydney Festival, it's getting two after-hours art sessions.

Until Later will see Cave's pieces combine with talks, live music and DJs spinning tunes, adding an extra layer to the works and installations gracing Carriageworks' walls. Taking place from 7pm on Monday, January 14 and again at the same time on Monday, January 21, it's your chance to explore the exhibition in a different way. It's also far from your usual Monday night activity.

Tickets cost $39, and both dates boast impressive lineups, so head along to see Mojo Juju and Ngaiire one week, then Nakhane and Charlotte Hatherley the next. Each session will also include an in-conversation chat hosted by Wesley Enoch and featuring Ayebatonye Abrakasa, while Ayebatonye will also be behind the decks.

Image: Zan Wimberley, 2018.

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