JULIE RRAP will be speaking at the National Gallery of Victoria (Ian Potter), Melbourne on Feb 19th at 1.30-4.30pm in a Symposium: The Naked Face - Art, Emotion and Identity.
What can self-portraits tell us about the human mind, body and identity? One of the liveliest current debates concerns the nature of human consciousness. How do we acquire and maintain individual identity? How is art subject to memory, emotion, historical and cultural circumstance? Does art expand the mind and can our neurological structures change?
Clemenger BBDO Auditorium, NGV International
JULIE RRAP is exhibiting three major works (from her Persona and Shadow, Soft Targets and Fleshstones series) in the National Gallery of Victoria's The Naked Face: Self Portraits.
The exhibition continues until 27 February, 2011. Entry is free to the exhibition.
For further information and tickets to the symposium, please contact the NGV.