STORIES of STRANGERS
Artspace on The Concourse
25 March - 5 April 2020
An exhibition of drawing by Trinity Morris, with ongoing public participatory engagement.
Stories of Strangers explores human perception and how art can mean different things to different people through storytelling.
The exhibition was conceived from an idea that a piece of art, once given up to the world, takes on a life of its own which is not necessarily that which the artist had intended. It wants to know what you see through your unique goggles and invites you (the 'Strangers') to tell the story you see in the art.
Stories are collected and presented alongside the art for its audience to read both online and during the exhibition.
Stories are currently being collected and uploaded to the Stories page, and visitors to the exhibition will also be invited to tell their stories. To contribute, visit the stories page:
Stories of Strangers Exhibition
Art Space on The Concourse
409 Victoria Ave, Chatswood, NSW
11am to 5pm, Wednesday to Friday
11am to 4pm, Saturday and Sunday
By appointment on Monday & Tuesday
For more info visit The Concourse website:
Willoughby City Council is gratefully acknowledged for the provision of Art Space on The Concourse.
Stories of Strangers project is supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW