Shaun Wilson is an Australian artist, film maker and a senior lecturer in digital media at the School of Design, RMIT University who for the past 25 years has made socio-political work about memory and places.
This new body of work speaks to the weight of the pandemic, as something out of our immediate control and that the best and worst of humanity brings forth an oscillation between responsibility and recklessness. The images intentionally reveal little, if not hardly anything at all, by the metaphor of absence just as the virus itself reveals as much through its invisible migration from transmission to activation.
The gallery is currently open by appointment only, in accordance with government restrictions.
The exhibition can also be viewed online. View the exhibition here.