This exhibition includes Australian and international artists working in a diverse range of media to demonstrate how contemporary international art practice is responding to the impacts of climate.
Heat: Art and Climate Change is a major international art exhibition curated by Dr Linda Williams (Senior Lecturer in Cultural History Theory, Research Leader- Arts and Sustainability, School of Art), Suzanne Davies (Director and Chief Curator, RMIT Gallery) and Sarah Morris (Exhibitions Coordinator, RMIT Gallery).
In addition, there will also be a symposium 'Cultures of Sustainability' on Friday 27 September.
- Max Eastley and David Buckland
- Bonita Ely
- Rew Hanks
- Ash Keating and the 2020? Project
- Janet Laurence
- Sam Leach
- Tony Lloyd
- Anne Noble
- Jill Orr
- Simon Perry
- Greg Pryor
- Georgina Read
- Martin Rieser
- Klaus Rinke
- Cameron Robbins
- Philip Samartzis and Michael Vorfeld
- Roslyn Taplin
- Mark Wilson and Bryndís Snæbjörnsdóttir
- Ken Yonetani
The gallery is located diagonally opposite Melbourne Central Railway Station and can be reached by trams traveling on Swanston and La Trobe Streets, including the City Circle Tram.
Limited street parking is available.