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“Kas tunned maad? (Do you know this land?)” – Exhibition opening 11th July, Sydney

Lachlan Bell’s first solo exhibition opens next Tuesday at UNSW Art & Design in Paddington.

Lachlan invites everyone to come along:

“You are personally invited to attend the opening of ‘Kas tunned maad? (Do You Know This Land?)’ this Tuesday, 11th July at UNSW Art & Design. The Tuesday opening will be from 6-8pm and the show will be exhibiting till the 21st July, open Monday to Friday from 11am-4pm. 

The show takes place in an alternate imagining of the “Land” of Estonia from 2017-18. Remembered and reimagined through the medium of mapping, audiences are invited into a visual and sonic landscape of dream-like overlaid landscapes curated and collected by Lachlan Bell.

One hundred hand-drawn maps originally drawn in 2018 have been put on display as a time capsule of memory, the collective mind maps depicting alternate realities and imagined spaces challenging notions of origin points and moving towards a blurred and communally built frame of reference. The show also includes various interviews with members of the Sydney-Estonian community about their own connection to maa.  

AD Space is located in E-Block at UNSW Art & Design, formerly known as the UNSW College of Fine Arts in Paddington, NSW.

Please enter via the ascending stairs at Gate 1 on the corner of Napier Street and Rosebud Lane, or via the accessible entry at Gate 3 on Greens Road near Albion Avenue.

No tickets are required however you can RSVP via Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/ad-space-exhibitions-objects-of-display-kas-tunned-maad-tickets-669191829777