Please be aware that the Castlemaine Art Museum will be closed for installation on Friday 7 July until Saturday 8 July. Apologies for any inconvenience.
We will be installing the sculptural work, Graham. Evolutionary science and human vulnerability are at the centre of Graham, a sculptural work by Patricia Piccinini that explores what we might look like if we were built to survive on our roads.
Created in collaboration with Royal Melbourne Hospital trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield and Monash University Accident Research Centre road safety engineer Dr David Logan, Graham is a sober reminder of just how vulnerable our bodies really are.
Commissioned by the Transport Accident Commission, the work merges art, medical science and road safety and also includes a unique augmented reality experience – the first of its kind in Australia – that allows you to get under Graham‘s skin and discover why he looks the way he does.
Visit Graham at Castlemaine Art Museum from Saturday 8 July 2017.