Heat is the transference of thermal energy from one object to another. Using these scientific principles, artists have been manipulating heat and its by-products for millennia. Harnessing this element provides a multitude of possibilities to express ideas and viewpoints.
Heat shares the works of contemporary artists who utilise air, sun and fire to create.
Heat features works from artists Jordan Azcune, Peta Berghofer, Elisa Jane Carmichael, Kirralee Robinson, Yasmin Smith and Shireen Taweel. Alongside works from the Moreton Bay Regional Art Collection by Megan Cope, Lindy Lee and Stephen Newton.
This exhibition is part of Hot Hot Hot Festival – a summer celebration of arts and culture in Moreton Bay.
Opening Event: Saturday 10 December, 2pm.