Over next few weeks, we will be releasing work from Edition 19 – Elderspeak and, as always, we are interested in your feedback and interaction with that work. But perhaps you are the kind of person who likes to interact “in real life” rather than on the internet. And you might even be based in Sydney right now, in which case you might like to check out one the exhibition of Peril’s (broadly defined) elders, Owen Leong, which opened recently at Artereal Gallery in Rozelle, Sydney.
Owen’s work engages spans photography, sculpture and installation, often employing blood, milk and honey to provide a visceral and viscous transmission between the body, culture and politics. For those curious to see contemporary photography that engages explicitly with questions of race, gender and identity, with delicious, complicated eroticism, then this exhibition would be well worth exploring.
WHAT: Bloodmilk by Owen Leong
WHEN: Opens Wednesday, 3 December 6-8PM. The exhibition will be on display until 20 December 2014.
WHERE: Artereal Gallery, 747 Darling Street, Rozelle NSW 2039