In the group exhibition Hi Vis, fashion is used to arrest attention and focus it onto complex political ideas. This show at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre presents a mix of video artworks alongside wearable sculpture, outfits worn by performance artists, and fresh fashion from Western Sydney.
Some works, like JD Reforma’s MISS ANTHROPY, 2020, use spectacle and pageantry. The five-minute video was commissioned for Casula and is shown on two screens: one on the mezzanine with the rest of the exhibition, and another supersized projection over the main Turbine Hall. The giant scale suits the work.
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