Visual Arts: Unspoken by Olga Cironis

4 October 2018

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20 Oct – 23 Dec @ PICA ·
Presented by PICA ·

“I use and abuse art to communicate and create dialogue, to make sense of the world, even rage against it.” – Olga Cironis

Olga Cironis is a WA-based multidisciplinary artist working in installation and performance. Informed by her Greek, Czech and Australian heritage, Cironis investigates identity, connection to place and counter-histories.

Combining art and life, Unspoken is a durational performance that sees Cironis work in PICA’s Westend Gallery, in a hybrid of both studio and exhibition space. Visitors are invited to enter, observe and engage with the artist as she explores the theme of voicelessness through a participatory moulding project.

Unspoken will be Cironis’ most ambitious project to date and will navigate layers of research, collected stories, process and rituality.

Curated by Eugenio Viola

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Pictured: Olga Cironis, home run, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.

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