Pearlescent Verse is a screen-based exhibition presented through the channels of SATELLITE, a project broadcast through BLINDSIDE.

This curated suite of videos explores the shared experiences surrounding water – how its flux of space brings us closer together, and at times may dislocate. Bodies of water become liquid fields of poetry and politics, surging rivers of connectivity, sharing founts of knowledge, and offering a wellspring of healing. In the work of twelve contemporary artists, water carries nourishment and transformation, bringing about unity and understanding through the fluid frameworks of identity, gender, culture, and memory.

The pearlescent verse speaks of social, ecological and spiritual narratives, and meditates upon the fragility of nature, human migration and the impacts of climate change. Screened across several public spaces in Australia, this exhibition promotes the richness of exchange and storytelling, respecting the Traditional Owners of the land and waterways.

A full screening of the works is presented at Dancehouse as part of the Human Rights and Art Film Festival 2019.

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WHEN

1 February 2019 until 1 February 2019
6:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Where

Dancehouse
Melbourne

FREE
Bookings Required for Screening

SCREENING
Friday May 17
6.30 pm – 8pm

EXHIBITION DATES
Friday February 1 -Saturday May 18

BLINDSIDE SATELITTE SCREENS AT
Blindside – Melbourne
Bunjil Place – Narre Warren
Harmony Square – Dandenong
Liverpool – Sydney

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