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Yonder offers a contemporary perspective on the desire that artists have always had to know ‘what’s over there’. With the notion of ‘mobility’ as the exhibition’s central idea, Yonder considers some of the poetic and pragmatic connotations associated with this strategy for investigating, taking action and day dreaming about one’s place in the world.

The artists in the exhibition reference material, virtual and enquiry-based itineraries that reflect a diversity of approaches to propulsion and apprehension of the world. Whether working with traditional media such as paper and pigment or recent media such as digitised text, their approaches produce the effect of a route, a path or way being taken.

Heman Chong is represented by Motive Gallery, Amsterdam; Rossi & Rossi, London and Hong Kong; and Vitamin Creative Space, Beijing and Guangzhou. Simon Faithfull is represented by Galerie Polaris, Paris and Parker’s Box, New York. Tony Garifalakis is represented by Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide. Richard Lewer is represented by Fehily Contemporary Gallery, Melbourne; Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide; and OREXART, Auckland. Warren Vance is represented by Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne. Helen Smith and Jurek Wybraniec are represented by Goddard de Fiddes Gallery, Perth.