Deb Mansfield looks to peripheral spaces as a way of investigating the nature of boundaries and borders. In choosing spaces that are neither here nor there, and by conflating truth with fiction, she uses these sites as stopovers in her navigation across a contemporary cultural landscape. Includes photography, tapestry, sculptural and installation works. Recent works is on display alongside Alex Riske’s Marking Infinity and JP Willis’s Utopia. Pictured below, Deb Mansfield’s Are you sure you can’t hear that? (2015). Doing Justice Barrister Julian Burnside practises in commercial litigation, trade practices and administrative law, as well as working as an advocate for refugees and taking on pro bono human rights cases. Burnside’s commitment to justice runs long — with a pronounced commitment to asylum-seeker and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues, and he will lead a panel conversation about justice with host Benjamin Law. As part of the Monday Conversations series presented by Wheeler Centre, Sydney Writers Festival and Belvoir. Belvoir Theatre, 25 Belvoir Street, Sydney. October 9, 6.30pm. Tickets: $19. Duration: 1hr. Bookings: (02) 9699 3444 or online.