Against a backdrop of social and ecological precarity, this new work from Amos Gebhardt reveals a network of resistance across human and more than human worlds.
Evoking the grandeur of the Renaissance triptych, these interconnected life-ways unfold across three large screens, centering non-conforming gestures of kinship and survival.
Small acts of resistance, 2020
3 channel 4K video artwork with sound
33 minutes (loop)
Music by Lawrence English and William Basinski
Amos Gebhardt brings a cinematic force to large scale, moving image installations and photography, collaborating with performers, choreographers and musicians. Exploring intersections between culture, ecologies and identity, Gebhardt animates both human and non-human narratives in their study of the brutal, ephemeral and interdependent nature of being.
Davison Lane, SouthportQLD 4215