Exhibition /

Invisible Border: Khadim Ali

Khadim Ali, 'Sermon on the Mount', 2020, tapestry, embroidery and acrylic, 553 x 400 cm. Photo: Carl Warner. Image courtesy the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane.
WHEN

7 - 30 May
Tue - Sat: 10am - 5pm

WHERE

Institute of Modern Art, 420 Brunswick Street,
Fortitude Valley

ADMISSION

Free

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In his largest Australian solo exhibition to date, Hazara artist Khadim Ali explores the normalisation of war and the experience of refugees through a series of poetic installations and textile works.

Invisible Border comprises sound installation, miniature painting, and a monumental 9-metre-long tapestry, hand woven by a community of Hazara men and women, some who have lost family members in war.

Featuring existing work alongside new commissions developed for the IMA, the exhibition will also feature Otherness, a major body of work developed in partnership with the IMA and Lahore Biennale Foundation.