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Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presents

Doug Aitken: New Era

Wednesday 20 October 2021 to Sunday 06 February 2022 (opening 10:00 AM)

at MCA ( venue info )
140 George St, The Rocks, Sydney NSW
mca.com.au

All Ages

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Tickets can be used once and at any time the exhibition is open up to and including the 6 February 2022. Please visit mca.com.au for opening hours

Adult $28.00

Concession $22.00
Tertiary/TAFE/ESL Students with appropriate photo ID, Senior’s Card holders, Unemployed/Concession Card holders, Nava card holders.

Family $60.00
2 Adults and up to 3 Children. This ticket is for families with children ages 13 - 18. Children 12 and under are FREE

Youth $12.00
Children aged between 13 and 18 years.
Child $0.00
Children 12 and under are FREE

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Plunge into the world of American artist Doug Aitken this summer. In this Sydney-exclusive exhibition, see installations, objects, photographs, and vast immersive multi-screen environments that will envelop you within a kaleidoscope of moving imagery and sound.



Using light, reflection and multiplication, Aitken mesmerises visitors. His works lead us into a world where time, space, and memory are fluid concepts.



Don’t miss exhibition highlights, including Sonic Fountain II (2013/2015), a large-scale sound installation built into a rocky, earthen terrain situated within the gallery. An immersive video installation inspired by the history of mobile phone technology and its pioneer, the American engineer Martin Cooper, NEW ERA (2018) reflects on the power of communications technology as it unites and dislocates us.



All Ages