ECHOES OF HOME: Memory and Mobility in recent Austral-Asian art presents the work of 14 Australian artists, craftspeople and designers who have an Asian background. Incorporating historical and experimental approaches to media such as ceramics, textiles, paper, jewellery, sculpture and painting, the exhibition reveals these artists’ contribution to contemporary understandings of cross-cultural experience.

The artists are: Keiko Amenomori-Schmeisser (Japan) Based in Canberra and Kyoto – Dadang Christanto (Indonesia) Based in Darwin – Yuri Kawanabe (Japan) Based in Sydney – Won Seok Kim (Korea) Based at Mangrove Mountain (near Newcastle) – Liu Xiao Xian (China) Based in Sydney – Yoshie Mizuno (Japan) Based in Cairns – Humna Mustafa (Pakistan) Based in Adelaide – Shine Myung-ok Shin (Korea) Based in Melbourne – Pamela Mei-Leng See Based in Brisbane – Renee So (Hong Kong) Based in Melbourne – Jaishree Srinivasan (India) Based in Canberra – Alistair Trung (Vietnam) Based in Sydney – Alwin Reamillo (Philippines) Based in Perth – Savanhdary Vongpoothorn (Laos) Based in Canberra.