Check out the weirdest and quirkiest art on this week. We’ve got bugs and hags and everything in between. If you want to explore the more unusual end of the artistic spectrum then this is the week for you.
Patricia Boindi - This Way Up
This solo exhibition by Patricia Boindi blends architectural constructions and cardboard to create a statement about socio-political issues. Her work focuses on the relationship between nature and the encroachment of global finance into all facets of life.
April 4 - 6
49 Shepard Street, Marrickville
Hag Mag Issue One Launch
A celebration of wildness and chaos for anyone identifying as a ‘hag’ - if you’re wondering what a Hag is then you will have to come to the launch to find out. Hag Mag issue One has a raunchy sealed section, quizzes, articles, comics and more!
April 3, 6 - 9pm
115 Regent Street, Chippendale
A Happening: An Interactive Event With John Wolseley
Find your inner beetle. This interactive event coincides with John Wolseley’s exhibition One Hundred and One Insect Life Stories. With over 30 years studying Australia’s flora and fauna Wolseley describes himself as both an artist and scientist.
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
8 Soudan Lane, Paddington
This exhibition explores the merging of fluid bodies and raw materials. It features works from Kirsten Fredericks, India Scard and Monika Scarraboletti.
Until April 8
281 Clarence Street, Sydney