Heat: Art and climate change

This exhibition includes Australian and international artists working in a diverse range of media to demonstrate how contemporary international art practice is responding to the impacts of climate.

Heat: Art and Climate Change is a major international art exhibition curated by Dr Linda Williams (Senior Lecturer in Cultural History Theory, Research Leader- Arts and Sustainability, School of Art), Suzanne Davies (Director and Chief Curator, RMIT Gallery) and Sarah Morris (Exhibitions Coordinator, RMIT Gallery).

In addition, there will also be a symposium ‘Cultures of Sustainability’ on Friday 27 September.




Central Periphery

Exhibition17 Apr – 23 May 2009

Central Periphery

Six Northern European artists engage in a recurring conversation that explores ideas of landscape, point of view and spaces through minimal abstraction,…

Exhibition23 Jul – 11 Sep 2010

The Stony Rises Project

The Stony Rises Project brings together 10 contemporary artists and designers in an investigation of the rich, layered histories of the Western…

Ken + Julia Yonetani

Exhibition20 Mar – 30 May 2015

Japanese Art After Fukushima: Return of Godzilla

In light of Japan’s nuclear past and present, the threat of atomic annihilation has long influenced Japanese artists. This exhibition will focus…

Inertia (2011) Jason deCaires Taylor.

Exhibition5 May – 1 Jul 2017

Ocean Imaginaries

Ocean Imaginaries focuses on some of the contradictions and conflicted feelings raised by how the ocean is imagined in an age of…