A Willoughby City Council curated group exhibition, Inner Edge Drifting explores the cultural space experienced by people living in Western cultures (and specifically Australia) who have Asian roots.
This third cultural space (often referred to within the experiences of Third Culture Kid) can be experienced by people whose upbringing is culturally different from their parents or where their upbringing has traversed across different geographic locations.
Rachael Kiang provided support and advice in developing the exhibition theme for Inner Edge Drifting and she will provide insight into the exhibition and the various perspectives offered by each artist. The exhibition Curator, Cassandra Hard Lawrie, will also be in attendance and visitors will have the opportunity to ask Rachael and Cassandra questions about the exhibition.
About Rachael Kiang
Rachael Kiang is an independent curator and arts manager with an abiding interest in socially engaged, intercultural visual arts and art that intersects with science and technology.
She believes Contemporary Art is key to developing Asia literacy. She is currently the Interim CEO of 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.
This event is part of Chatswood Year of the Rabbit Festival, the North Shore’s premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.