See You Tomorrow (Work in Progress)

October 2017 - April 2019
Cobh, Co. Cork, Republic of Ireland

Elizabeth Woods and Kevin Leong, in partnership with the Sirius Art Centre, will work collaboratively with a diverse group of Cobh residents on a number of local contemporary art projects that aim to tangibly realise visions of a future worth aspiring to.

Proof of Life

23 September - 14 October 2017
Salamanca Arts Centre,
Hobart, Australia

At the core of this exhibition is a provocation: the world is on a path to environmental, political, economic and social disaster.

Eleven artists were asked to find proof of life - existing and persistent tendencies that may preserve our human habitat - where the progressive vision of a better world for all inhabitants remains ascendant; where trust, tolerance, peace and co-operation will remain in an environment of reason and learning; and where social and economic equality underpin tolerance and civil liberties.

Proof of Life was the Salamanca Arts Centre's 2018 Major Curated Exhibition.

Image: Lisa Garland, Fred’s Kitchen (2016)


Proof of Life: The Studio Sessions

15 - 26 March 2017
Salamanca Arts Centre,
Hobart, Australia

Is survival a sufficient condition for our existence, or is there more to being human?

What does it mean to be civilised against a fluid, and increasingly market-driven, system of social values?

What is required from our environment for us to thrive?

Artists, subject matter experts, community groups and the general public gathered at the Long Gallery to participate in a series of rolling events that elaborated on and investigated possible answers to these questions.


Peace and Quiet

28 November 2015 - 14 February 2016
State Library of Queensland,
Brisbane, Australia

At peacetime, but against the backdrop of growing global conflict, Peace and Quiet sought to reveal the contradictory and contested nature of peace by collecting perspectives and gestures from South-East Queenslanders situated on the borders of unrest.


The Homesickness Project

September 2014 - April 2015
Logan City, Queensland

Our home is a materialisation of physical, cultural and psychological environments that allows us to feel secure and content - where we feel at home.

Does the now-common situation where lives are dispersed across regions and cultures, and where our psychological well-being is destabilised by ever-present uncertainties in livelihoods, social standing and even the nature of the truth, render us all perpetually homesick?