In partnership with ANU Learning Communities and aMBUSH Gallery, its latest exhibition, INSIGHT OUT is a visually stimulating and highly innovative exhibition showcasing interdisciplinary collaboration across The Australian National University (ANU).
On display at the university’s public art space, Exhibition Avenue until 7 May 2021, the group’s project presented by Kambri at ANU showcases works from 24 visual arts students who were paired with an academic undertaking research.
The exhibition experiments with the communication of ideas via the medium of art and demonstrates the benefits of teamwork across diverse fields of study by combining the ANU’s globally renowned academic research with the creativity of students from the School of Art and Design.
Some of the research topics include, memory and truth, heritage rock art, the regulation and governance of food policies, stillbirth, infectious diseases and representations of youth by the media.
These 24 original pieces will be presented on six large-scale display cubes along University Avenue, providing an inviting gateway into the heart of Kambri that celebrates the University’s world-class research and teaching.
INSIGHT OUT is free and open to the general public 24 hours, 7 days a week.