At PICA we recognise that we are situated within the unceded lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We pay our respects and offer our gratitude to Elders past and present, and to those emerging leaders in the community. We acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the importance of their care and continued connection to culture, community and Country.

Always was, always will be.

Our foyer is open today 10am–5pm . Our exhibitions are always free.

Sky Cave Tactile Tour

Sky Cave Tactile Tour

Join us at PICA for a tactile tour of Amy Perejuan-Capone’s exhibition Sky Cave. Presented in collaboration with DADAA, WA’s leading disability arts body, this event is an audio described tour for people who are blind or low vision to engage with the artworks through description and touch.

DADAA is a leading arts and health organisation that creates access to cultural activities for people with disability or mental illness. DADAA offers targeted programs that include a broad range of traditional and new media projects in Western Australian communities.

Richard Green has been working with DADAA since 2015 as a tactile Tour Guide and an Audio Describer for people who are blind or vision impaired.

Amy Perejuan-Capone works between Fremantle, the Perth hills, the Western Australian wheatbelt, and international residencies. With a background in art and design, Perejuan-Capone continually returns to objects and the networks of agency held within them and, increasingly, the roles the environment, anxiety, personal history, and optimism play in this system. Her recent projects have taken a speculative approach, transforming processes and phenomena such as weather, flight, or public services along with personally significant elements such as memory, family, and class into critical ‘what-if’ scenarios.