The Indian Ocean Craft Triennial inaugural exhibition, Curiosity and Rituals of the Everyday, presents the work of 37 artists across two venues: Fremantle Arts Centre and John Curtin Gallery.

Presented in partnership with IOTA21: INDIAN OCEAN CRAFT TRENNIAL

The Indian Ocean Craft Triennial (IOTA) is a new festival that celebrates the traditions and rituals of contemporary craft, bringing together makers, artists and crafted works from countries around the Indian Ocean Rim.

From the exquisitely detailed textiles and embroidery works of Jakkai Siributr (Thailand) to the painted carpentry of Ishan Khosla (India) and his team of artisans, the exhibition will showcase strikingly modern installations and stories of our time that are firmly planted in craft traditions.

Curiosity and Rituals of the Everyday and the broader festival program offer a new lens on contemporary craft across the Indian Ocean Rim – acknowledging its power as a ritual and a social practice, capable of enhancing community innovation, resilience and economic development.

Image: Helen Robins Reef Lost 2016. Earthenware paper clay metal 30x30x10cm. Photographed by Victor France, The Ritz-Carlton Collection, Elizabeth Quay.

1 Finnerty St
Fremantle
WA 6160
Australia

Venue
Fremantle Arts Centre
Opening Times
Opening:
Friday 17 September, 6:30pm
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