Museum of Days exhibits details of days, notes of observation, thoughtful reflection of everyday objects, and the analysis of material forms. This originates from a simple thought that an object can never be the author of its own biography or of another object, in the way that humans are able to author theirs. The exhibition presents the artists’ personal interpretations of objects, as well as their forms recontextualized over space and time. Literally and figuratively, everyday commodities⏤that we know and even live with⏤now occupy the space of a gallery and present the stories of others’ days and lives.
Sullivan+Strumpf acknowledge the Indigenous People of this land, the traditional custodians on whose Country we work, live and learn. We pay respect to Elders, past and present, and recognise their continued connection to culture, land, waters and community.