The World That Feels Warm 有温度的世界 2022

27 January 2022 - 03 February 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Incinerator Art Space | cost: Free | address: 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068

published: 28 Jan 2022

An exhibition exploring the harmony between art, nature and humankind.

Curated by Artist and Independent Curator, Guan Wei, this exhibition is presented by the Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture at Western Sydney University in partnership with Willoughby City Council and Chatswood Year of the Tiger. It is part of the exhibition series; Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一 taking place in galleries on the lower North Shore.

Featuring a diverse range of art practices, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation-based work and video art, each piece in this exhibition provides a distinctive lens through which visitors can feel and experience the harmony between art, nature and humankind. The last two years have been fraught with hesitation, stress and anxiety as society has been confronted with an uncertain future. Inspired by the Chinese Taoist philosophy that 'human beings and nature are one 天人合一', this group of artists use their mediums to inspire passion and strength to ease and heal the trauma brought by the global pandemic.

ARTISTS: Ginger Jingzhe Li, Tim Johnson, Owen Leong, Tracey Moffatt and Huajie Zhang

Image: Owen Leong, Raina, 2010, pigment print on archival cotton paper. Courtesy of the artist and Artereal Gallery, Sydney

Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival is the North Shore's premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.

The World That Feels Warm 有温度的世界 is part of Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一 , an exhibition series delivered in partnership by Willoughby City Council and Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture.

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  • Friday, 28 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Saturday, 29 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Sunday, 30 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Wednesday, 02 February 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Thursday, 03 February 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Past event dates

  • Thursday, 27 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

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27 January 2022 - 03 February 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Incinerator Art Space | cost: Free | address: 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068

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The World That Feels Warm 有温度的世界 2022 | 27 Jan 2022 - 03 Feb 2022 | 5 min read | venue: Incinerator Art Space | cost: Free An exhibition exploring the harmony between art, nature and humankind. Curated by Artist and Independent Curator, Guan Wei, this exhibition is presented by the Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture at Western Sydney University in partnership with Willoughby City Council and Chatswood Year of the Tiger. It is part of the exhibition series; Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一 taking place in galleries on the lower North Shore.Featuring a diverse range of art practices, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation-based work and video art, each piece in this exhibition provides a distinctive lens through which visitors can feel and experience the harmony between art, nature and humankind. The last two years have been fraught with hesitation, stress and anxiety as society has been confronted with an uncertain future. Inspired by the Chinese Taoist philosophy that 'human beings and nature are one 天人合一', this group of artists use their mediums to inspire passion and strength to ease and heal the trauma brought by the global pandemic.ARTISTS: Ginger Jingzhe Li, Tim Johnson, Owen Leong, Tracey Moffatt and Huajie ZhangImage: Owen Leong, Raina, 2010, pigment print on archival cotton paper. Courtesy of the artist and Artereal Gallery, Sydney Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival is the North Shore's premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.The World That Feels Warm 有温度的世界 is part of Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一 , an exhibition series delivered in partnership by Willoughby City Council and Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture.This event is part of Friday, 28 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PMSaturday, 29 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PMSunday, 30 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PMWednesday, 02 February 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PMThursday, 03 February 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PMPast event datesThursday, 27 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068 View Map Skip to below map Skip to above map Owen Leong, 'Raina', 2010, pigment print on archival cotton paper. Courtesy of the artist and Artereal Gallery, Sydney Open image in slideshow Tim Johnson with Daniel Bogunovic, 'Crop Circles', 2020, acrylic on linen. Courtesy of the artist Open image in slideshow Owen Leong, 'Force Field (amygdala)', 2016, plaster and gilded brass. Courtesy of the artist and Artereal Gallery, Sydney Open image in slideshow

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An exhibition exploring the harmony between art, nature and humankind.

Curated by Artist and Independent Curator, Guan Wei, this exhibition is presented by the Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture at Western Sydney University in partnership with Willoughby City Council and Chatswood Year of the Tiger. It is part of the exhibition series; Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一 taking place in galleries on the lower North Shore.

Featuring a diverse range of art practices, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation-based work and video art, each piece in this exhibition provides a distinctive lens through which visitors can feel and experience the harmony between art, nature and humankind. The last two years have been fraught with hesitation, stress and anxiety as society has been confronted with an uncertain future. Inspired by the Chinese Taoist philosophy that 'human beings and nature are one 天人合一', this group of artists use their mediums to inspire passion and strength to ease and heal the trauma brought by the global pandemic.

ARTISTS: Ginger Jingzhe Li, Tim Johnson, Owen Leong, Tracey Moffatt and Huajie Zhang

Image: Owen Leong, Raina, 2010, pigment print on archival cotton paper. Courtesy of the artist and Artereal Gallery, Sydney

Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival is the North Shore's premier Lunar New Year celebrations presented by Willoughby City Council.

The World That Feels Warm 有温度的世界 is part of Human Beings and Nature Are One 天人合一 , an exhibition series delivered in partnership by Willoughby City Council and Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts & Culture.

This event is part of Chatswood_Tiger2022.png

  • Friday, 28 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Saturday, 29 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Sunday, 30 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Wednesday, 02 February 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
  • Thursday, 03 February 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Past event dates

  • Thursday, 27 January 2022 | 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby 2068 View Map