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WE THE PEOPLE

COMMUNITY, COLLABORATION AND HOPE
FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

THIS IS THE MOMENT

IF THERE EVER WAS A TIME TO COME TOGETHER

UNITED AS ONE PEOPLE, IT'S NOW

We have been separated for too long, we need to build the bridges to form new communities that are not compartmentralised but unified. We need to break down the boundaries that keep us separated within society and connect us through our differences.

 

Exploring human connection in all its unique forms - past, present and future, Shangri-La 2022 is an adventure into possibility. From sitting around a fire-pit sharing past experiences to delving into emerging new technologies to connect globally, there are so many ways we can come together.

This sprawling interactive installation aims to celebrate humanity - what makes us human, and how we can collectively make change.  

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ARTISTS 2022

Shangri-La is an enormous collaboration with cutting edge visual artists from around the world, creating site specific works that amplify our themes and contribute to the ongoing narrative in unique and diverse ways.

 

This year’s creative force features installations, performances and artworks from:

Adam Neate, AI WEIWEI, AI-DA, Andy Doig, Anthony Burrill, BLKBRD Collective, Billy Colours, Chateau, Dazzle Clubb, Darren Cullen, Dr D Subvertiser, Echoic Audio’s Hivemind, Erin Holly, Euan Roberts, Hasan Kamil, Hayden Kays, Jack Wimperis, Jim Woodall, Lauren Baker, Lo Lo No, Lost Horizon Studios, Merny, Mobstr, Music Declares Emergency, Naomi Smyth, Ollie the Optimalist, Paris 68 Redux, Pink Suits, Private Press, Project Bunny Rabbit, Pxssy Palace, Rachael Taylors Waste Exchange, Reel News, Rockaway Park, Rowdy SS, Ruth Spencer, Sam Williams, Studio Sully, TAA’s Synthetic Garden, Toy Studio, Trans Pride, Waleska Nomura.

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