Who's afraid of public space?

Who's afraid of public space?

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) presents Who’s Afraid of Public Space? a multifaceted project of exhibitions and programs exploring the role of public culture, the contested nature of public space, and the character and composition of public life. The exhibition continues ACCA’s Big Picture series, which explores contemporary art’s relation to wider social, cultural and political contexts.

Who’s Afraid of Public Space? is organised according to a dispersed, distributed structure, encouraging a polyphonic and polycentric understanding of our increasingly complex public realm. Taking place at ACCA over the summer months of 2021–22, the project also extends across Melbourne with a series of satellite exhibitions in collaboration with cultural partners, as well as installations, events and projects in the public realm.

Check our some of the spaces, exhibitions and programs by Monash Art, Design and Architecture staff:

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