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HERENOW 24 | Exhibitions

1 February — 6 March 2024

Edith Cowan University

Presented as part of Fringe World 2024


This year’s HERENOW 2024 presents two exhibitions which highlight the remarkable artists from DADAA’s Midland studios. The twelfth iteration of this annual exhibition was curated by Shelley Elkins who was mentored by DADAA Director Art Strategy Julie Barratt

Both exhibitions open: Thursday 1 February 2024 |  5pm–7pm

Floor talk: Wednesday 14 February 12:30pm–1:30pm


HERENOW | 24: Mummy’s Agony

Gallery 25

Building 10, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley

Edith Cowan University

Showcases the work of Marina Psalia

Marina’s artworks “reflect her dreams of white witches and the prodigal son”. This exhibition focuses on the first aspect. The artworks are an expression of how she sees herself when she looks in the mirror “I look cool, hot, Marina’s on a spiritual journey”. Having a room with her wallpapers and her artwork symbolize “freedom” of self-expression and shows the world who she thinks she is.


HERENOW | 24: Artists in Wonderland

Spectrum Project Space

Building 3, 2 Bradford St, Mount Lawley

Edith Cowan University

Dive into an enchanting realm crafted by artists based at DADAA Midland. Through their unique perspectives and imaginative prowess, these artists weave a tapestry of whimsy and fantasy, to unveil a world brimming with vibrant colours, intricate details, and boundless dreams. You are invited to enjoy the rich narratives and extraordinary landscapes these artists bring to life.


Alex Cammack, Kelly Grant, Emma Harradine, Christopher Hummel, Aidan Leahy, Timothy Maley, Esa Nykanen, Brittany Plummer, Brent Stanley, Oliver Max Taylor, Declan White


Exhibitions continue: 2 February to 6 March


Gallery opening hours: Tuesday to Friday 10am–4pm


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Edith Cowan University, Bradford Street, Mount Lawley

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