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The term union is often associated with a group of individuals who share a common purpose. On any scale, a union’s purpose or motivation is likely political; it may be defined by struggles for or against power. It may occur because of an urgency to collaborate, in the wake of a crime, or a restlessness about the status quo. Unions may take the form of protests, strikes, rallies, kinships, voices, collective happenings, quiet resilience, acts of care, and love. They may be about collective actions toward hope.

Thinking publicly about union is urgent. Dissensus is not new, but it is presently foregrounded by the echo chambers of the Internet, closing borders, inflamed democracy, and the rise of insular nationalism. Close to home, myopic policies around asylum, Indigenous sovereignty, and referendums based on definitions of love and belonging abound. Ideologies in contrast to reconciliation, unionism, and student-on-student protest are a proximal reality. Across 2020, The University of Queensland (UQ) Art Museum will present a series of exhibitions and projects by artists and collectives that address ideas of union through the lens of common purpose and collective action.

'Union' is the second in a series of inquiries that investigate and articulate the role of the UQ Art Museum in its broader university context and artistic ecology; 2019’s tether was Unlearning. Collectively titled An Art Museum in Several Acts, this focus aims to invert the temporal role of art museums by engaging in long-term conversations with artists, students, and our communities. These inquiries allow the Art Museum and its communities to speculate on possible futures of art institutions, collections, and artistic practice with generosity, care, and transparency.

Brook Andrew
24 January – 18 March 2020

Sam Cranstoun
To Speak of Cities
Front Window Commission: 22 January – 18 July 2020
Exhibition: 22 February – 4 July 2020

Mel O'Callaghan
Centre of the Centre
22 February – 4 July 2020

Music of Spheres
21 March – 13 June 2020

Conflict in My Outlook: We Met Online
27 June 2020 – February 2021

1 August – 28 November 2020

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