The Emotional Life of Objects Exhibition | The University of Melbourne
Date: 4-13 May 2016
Venue: George Paton Gallery, 2 Union House, The University of Melbourne, Union Road, Melbourne
Registration and enquiries: Penelope Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Possessions are conduits to remembering. Artists examine the affective dimensions of relationships between people and objects, revealing narratives of history, identity, loss and comfort. Staff and students of The University of Melbourne and the general public are invited to contribute to the exhibition through the sharing of their meaningful object and its story, participate in a recorded interview and join in an experiential workshop.
This exhibition forms part of the Objects and Emotions project within the Centre for the History of Emotions where emotional relationships of people to things are the subject of academic study.
- Clara Bradley
- Georgina Cockshott
- Linda Judge
- Robyne Latham
- Nicholas Mellefont
- Elizabeth Rich
- Andrew Turland
Curated by Kate Richards (Master of Art Curatorship, The University of Melbourne) and Penelope Lee, EOO (Vic) ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.
For queries and registration about participating in the interviews or workshops, please email Penelope Lee (email@example.com)