BYO Culture Guide November 5 - 10

Dive deep into the mystery of human emotions and the imagination in this week’s culture guide. Go check out some of the most touching pieces of art and theatre in Sydney this week and prepare to be impacted.


Are We Alone?

Lara Colby, Kaarzyna Niedzielak and AJ Nelson explore the ascetics and spirituality that comes with the belief of intelligent alien life existing. This group of artists are exceptionally experienced in psychedelic art, dance, landscape painting and performance art.

November 10-15

https://www.facebook.com/events/543385959465209/
The Mothershipp
18-22 Sydney St
Marrickville


Frontiers

Neelum Nand’s solo exhibition considers uncharted territory and emotions that represent the borders and wilderness of human expression. Nand considers these ideas while simultaneously looking at limits and edges. Frontiers contrasts between boundlessness and boundaries.

Opening November 8, 6.30pm

https://thespacegallery.com.au/collections/f-r-o-n-t-i-e-r-s
The SPACE Gallery
61 Mentmore Avenue,
Rosebery


Entwined - Yu Fang Chi

This is an exhibition of wearable sculptures which Chi uses to explore the nature of feminine relationships and the memories of her childhood. Silver and steel wires are used to trace the ambiguous and unstable experience of the female body.

November 7 – 24

http://stanleystreetgallery.com.au/exhibition/yu-fang-chientwined7th-november-24th-november-2018/
Stanley Street Gallery
1/52-54 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst
Wed – Fri, 11am – 6pm // Sat, 11am - 5pm


Dancing with Drip Poles by Serena Weatherall

Watch Isobel fall down a rabbit hole, and explore the disparities between fantasy and nightmares, fact and fiction, rage and optimism and embark on a fight for hope.

8-16 November, 7pm

https://www.thehousethatdanbuilt.com/events/dancing-with-drip-poles
The Yellow Umbrella
61 Victoria St, Potts Point