Lisa Roet, Orangutan Hands, 2005-6

In her upcoming exhibition, Australian artist Lisa Roet continues a deep investigation into the complex interface between humans and our simian relatives. In Brother’s keeper, Roet’s work is infused with refreshing vigour, candour and an inescapable sense of mystery, poignantly highlighting how inextricably linked humans and primates are amid the messy uncertainty of biology, nature and culture. 

Part of Artweek in the city centre. 

Image credit:  Lisa Roet, Orangutan Hands, 2005-6

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Last updated: 07 September 2020