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This sea­son’s best art shows

Time Out (Sydney) - - ART -

JUNE Blak Box

This pav­il­ion tells the sto­ries of the In­dige­nous peo­ple who’ve lived in the area for thou­sands of years. Au­di­ences can step in­side the ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed pav­il­ion and lis­ten to a half-hour au­dio track fea­tur­ing spo­ken word, nat­u­ral sounds and mu­sic, played in state-of-the-art sur­round sound. Baranga­roo Re­serve, Baranga­roo Point Park, Syd­ney 2000. ur­banthe­atre.com.au. Tue-Sat 5.30-9pm; Sun 2.30-6pm. Free. Jun 2-24.

JULY The Sleeper Awakes

There are only nine artists in White Rab­bit’s lat­est ex­hi­bi­tion, but there’s no short­age of show­stop­pers, in­clud­ing an eight-me­tre 3D-printed cruise ship and a Mario-es­que video game ver­sion of the Long March.

White Rab­bit, 30 Bal­four St, Chip­pen­dale 2008. 02 8399 2867. whit­er­ab­bit­col­lec­tion.org. Wed-Sun 10am-5pm. Free. Un­til Jul 29.

AU­GUST Sun Xun

One of China’s most dar­ing artists is cre­at­ing a new 40m-long paint­ing on bark pa­per and se­ries of wood­cuts for the MCA ex­hi­bi­tion. It will be show­ing along­side metic­u­lous, hand­made, stop-mo­tion an­i­ma­tions.

Mu­seum of Con­tem­po­rary Art, 140 Ge­orge St, The Rocks 2000. 02 9245 2400. mca.com.au. Thu-Tue 10am-5pm; Wed 10am-9pm. Free. Jul 9-Oct 14.

SunXun,‘Ma­gi­cianPartyandDead­Crow’(still),2016

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