EXHIBITIONS / Illawarra Pavilion - Gary Carsley Renjie Teoh (the ArtHitects)

​26 February - 29 May 2022

Gallery 1 

Exhibition opening 

Sunday 13 March at 1.30pm

Illawarra Pavilion exhibition opening invitation.pdf

Illawarra Pavilion cartalogue.pdf

The Illawarra Pavilion combines some of the natural and cultural treasures of the Illawarra most notably the distinctive and iconic Flame Tree and selected furniture elements from Wollongong Art Gallery’s Mann-Tatlow Collection into a spectacular, immersive visitor experience. 

Acknowledging that galleries are moving towards participatory rather than observational spaces and that viewership is now in part active The Illawarra Pavilion can be experienced as part stage set, part multi-perspectival illusion and part hortus conclusus.

The Illawarra Pavilion, confabulated by the ArtHitects (Gary Carsley & Renjie Teoh), with a soundscape by Louise Loh.  The Illawarra Pavilion was developed at the Clothing Store Artist Studios, Carriageworks, Sydney.

Image: (detail) Eye only have Ayes 4 Ewe (Homophonic Heterochromia) MT:226 Qing Dynasty (1644–1912) China Cabinet carved red lacquer and gilded pine, MT:026 Late Ming dynasty China pair of Longquan ware tall vases c. 1600 stoneware with celadon glaze
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