Welcome to the online version of Nothing To See Here 볼 것이 없다 - an exhibition presented at the Brisbane Powerhouse from November 17th -29th, 2015.

At the exhibition you could put your hands in to locked boxes to feel the artworks inside... but there's nothing to see or touch here at the online exhibition!  You can still access the artists' description of their artworks through the audio file, Auslan video or transcript.

 Nothing To See Here 볼 것이 없다 is a series of workshops, performances and exhibitions made in collaboration with people who are blind or have low vision in Brisbane and Seoul.  Phase 1 in Seoul took the form of a performance (see video below) and phase 2 in Brisbane resulted in this exhibition.  The process in each city included bilingual workshop periods where artists met, learnt about each-other, walked together and prepared to share their ideas with diverse audiences.

For credits, thank-yous, photos and more info, click here.


annette

SEULgi


harmonie

duncan, chRIS, ANDY


MYUNGHEOI


sylvain

KYUNGSHIK


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This project is supported by Gallery Factory (Seoul), Arts Council Korea, Access Arts, Vision Australia and the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.  Developed in partnership with Brisbane Powerhouse.