Galerie Pompom is joining forces with Sydney artist Kylie Banyard to present her third solo exhibition, Hereafter.

Banyard has a fascination with capturing more experimental ways of living and learning and channels this through Hereafter, which depicts legacy of the iconic Black Mountain College. Banyard focuses on a number of impressive and often overlooked women from the college and its reputation as one of the first schools to teach multimedia liberal arts as well as exploring its day-to-day functioning at the time. 


The exhibition will run from next week through to mid-February and will be accompanied by an essay by Eleanor Zeichner. 

Galerie Pompom will show Hereafter from Wednesday January 18 to Sunday February 12. 

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