OPENS Fri 18 OCT: 6-8 PM

VIEW Sat 19 OCT and Sun 20 OCT: 10-4PM

Nowhere May We Remain is a visual elegy that responds to the profound mental and emotional impacts of climate change. It explores themes of loss and existential grief and offers comfort and commiseration in the face of unfolding ecological disaster.

Robyn Bernadt’s new exhibition concerns the detritus of our commodified lifestyles. Discarded cardboard packaging, advertising junk mail, and other wastepaper materials are reshaped into exquisite objects that celebrate the beauty of the natural world and subvert commodification by elevating the throwaway.

Bernadt is a paper installation artist living and working in Boorloo (Perth). Bernadt graduated from Edith Cowan University with a Bachelor of Visual Art in 1999 and has since continued to practice and exhibit regularly. This will be her second solo exhibition at KS.

Image: Memento Mori V. National Geographic, Stonehenge paper 57cm x 38cm.