Memories, metals and multisensory realms at Casula Powerhouse

Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre unveiled three brand new exhibitions merging past, present and future, showcasing intercultural connection to home, iconic Western Sydney architecture, and one of the Earth’s most malleable metals. Running 28 July – 16 September, the three exhibitions include: multisensory project Laka, revealing the long held connections between Yolngu and Hindu worldviews; large-scale illustrations Estate of Tomorrow, a nostalgic retrospective on once-utopian Western Sydney public housing estates; and Copper, showcasing the metal’s endless applications in art. The launch also includes a free screening of the Laka feature film. The cross-cultural love story follows Sri Lankan Australian man Siddhartha and Yolngu woman Lily as they prepare for the birth of their first child. From a kiss in Sydney suburbia to a bush birth in the Arnhem

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