The Weekend Australian - Review - - Out & About - Tim Dou­glas

Today Tomorrow Yes­ter­day The ti­tle of this col­lec­tion — Today Tomorrow Yes­ter­day — is de­rived from an in­ter­pre­ta­tion of The Prophet, a book of 26 es­says by the Le­banese artist, philoso­pher and writer Kahlil Gi­bran. Mu­seum of Con­tem­po­rary Art, 140 Ge­orge Street, The Rocks. Mon-Wed, 10am-5pm; Thurs, 10am-9pm; Fri-Sun, 10am-5pm. Ad­mis­sion free. In­quiries: (02) 9245 2400 or on­line. Tat­suo Miya­jima: Con­nect with Ev­ery­thing Tat­suo Miya­jima’s dig­i­tal works shed light on the big is­sues of life, death and time. For the 59year-old Ja­panese artist, time is no sim­ple tool of mea­sure­ment; it is far more, too, than an ab­stract con­cept. Mu­seum of Con­tem­po­rary Art, The Rocks, Sydney. Fri-Wed, 10am-5pm; Thurs, 10am-9pm. Ad­mis­sion: $12-$22. In­quiries: (02) 9245 2400. Un­til March. Out of Hand: Ma­te­ri­al­is­ing the Post­dig­i­tal This ex­hi­bi­tion ex­plores the in­creas­ingly im­por­tant role of dig­i­tal man­u­fac­ture in con­tem­po­rary art, sci­ence, fash­ion de­sign and ar­chi­tec­ture. It fea­tures works by more than 60 artists, de­sign­ers and ar­chi­tects from across the world, in­clud­ing Barry X Ball. Pow­er­house Mu­seum, 500 Har­ris Street, Ul­timo. Daily, 10am-5pm. Ad­mis­sion free to $15. In­quiries: 02) 9217 0111. Un­til June 25 next year.

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