I’m happy to announce that the image of the Wallace’s Hut from Alpine National Park will be displayed on RMIT Exhibition “Shelter: On Kindness” from 25th of September to 25th of October.
Here is a brief introduction:
“Shelter: On Kindness” is an exploration, an exercise in inviting artists, architects, writers and thinkers to reflect on what qualities of environment and circumstance afford us shelter in a physical and metaphorical sense.
Is a shelter a sense of safe haven, a place to protect ourselves from the natural elements, from the unrelenting pressures of modern life or, perhaps, a place or space to reflect on our innermost thoughts.
“Shelter: On Kindness” examines the ideas of nurture and kindness through the filter of the writings of psychoanalyst and author Adam Phillips and historian Barbara Taylor on the history of kindness.
Official Information: Shelter: On Kindness, RMIT Gallery
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