Voices is an ideas-driven digital programme intended to spark critical conversations about art and culture, foreground new perspectives, promote curiosity and foster dialogue between disciplines. At the heart of the programme is a social mission, providing a dynamic platform for international artists grappling with the important social, political and environmental issues of our time.
Through online exhibitions, extended projects, commissioned essays, interviews and live events, Voices offers a variety of avenues for engaging with artists, curators, writers and thinkers whose work will come to define our collective consciousness.
In keeping with the core social principles of the programme, 10% of sales proceeds from each exhibition project will be donated to a nominated non-profit in a relevant field.
20 September - 20 October 2023
Between Frustration and FulfilmentVisit Exhibition
1 September - 30 September 2023
An Exploration of Disability, Oppression and LiberationVisit Exhibition
6 September - 3 October 2023
Art and Isolation in the Age of HikikomoriVisit Exhibition
4 October - 7 November 2023
Online Group ExhibitionVisit Exhibition
Full, Messy and Beautiful
Contemporary Hells: The Work of Louise Reynolds
Édouard Vuillard and the Context of Representing Domesticity
Betty Leung researches the relationship between migration, labour and technology.
Alfie Rouy adopts forms from the natural world to materialise the flow of energies in existence.
Erkut Terliksiz contemplates human fragility, time and the importance of seizing the moment.