This exhibition brings together elements of the various themes explored in Graham's work over three decades; the historical, the habitation, and the portraits.

Anne Graham is one of Australia’s most accomplished artists with a career spanning three decades and four continents. Whispering and Rustling surveys the artist’s recent work in installation, sculpture and portraiture as well as a new work with sound by Boris Hunt.

Whispering and Rustling, the Susurrus of People, Places and Things brings together elements of the various themes explored in my work over three decades the historical, the habitation, and the portraits. I hope that they speak to each other and the undercurrent of connection between these elements becomes clear - Anne Graham, artist statement.

Exhibition Opening, Friday 19 May, 6pm. 
Free. Drinks can be purchased at the bar. Bookings essential, call 6581 8888 or book online.

Artist Talk, Saturday 20 May, 11am. 
Free. Bookings essential, call 6581 8888 or book online

Image credit: Anne Graham, Shinohara’s house, 2009, 2012, 2015. Dimensions Variable. A selection from the multi-media installation first exhibited in The Niigata Land and Water Festival, Gokohama, Japan. Then at Articulate Project Space, Sydney 2014. Courtesy artist and Kronenberg Wright Artists Projects.