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inhalare / breathe upon aims to transform familiar landscapes into unfamiliar territories, allowing those who encounter inhalare works to be transported without the need to travel. In stages, 12 regionally-based artists of NSW have explored natural environments close to home to develop soundscapes, writings and visual responses capturing deep connections and hidden layers, allowing our imaginations to explore those environments that sustain us during times of restricted movement.

Sound, text and visual artworks by Andrew Hull (Bourke), Jason Richardson (Leeton), Danja Derkenne (Little Forest), Dr Greg Pritchard (Wagga Wagga), Anna Glynn (Jaspers Brush), Kim V. Goldsmith (Dubbo), Vicki Luke (Albury), Carol Archer (Bulahdelah), Amanda Donohue (Lake Macquarie), Clementine Belle McIntosh (Gilgandra), Libby Wakefield (Bowral) and Evelyn Alvarez (Coonabarabran).

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Audio Description

As part of the inhalare exhibition’s commitment to inclusion, all visual woks are accompanied by the creating-artist’s audio description. These can be accessed by using your mobile device or in-gallery audio equipment.
The text version of the audio description are also included on both the website and in-gallery.

Soundscape Audio

Some exhibits have motion sensors to automatically play soundscapes. All  soundscapes can be access via your mobile device or via the gallery audio experience equipment.

inhalare part 1 – text

Each Soundscape is accompanied by a text written by the artist as part of part 1 of the inhalare project. A recorded version of the texts can be accessed via your mobile device or using the in-gallery audio experience equipment

       All images, recordings, and words are copyright and cannot be copied, broadcast, or otherwise used, without the express written permission of the artist who created them.

In the spirit of reconciliation SPACE acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We particularly acknowledge the Gamilaraay people on whose Country the gallery sits. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.