The World that Feels Warm

Event Name
The World that Feels Warm
27 January 2022

Address (Room): Incinerator Art Space, 2a Small Street, Willoughby


The World That Feels Warm有温度的世界 is an exhibition exploring the harmony between art, nature and humankind. The Institute for Australian and Chinese Arts and Culture has been engaged by Willoughby City Council to produce this exhibition at the Incinerator Art Space of Willoughby as part of the Chatswood Year of the Tiger Festival. Curated by internationally renowned Chinese-Australian artist Guan Wei, The World That Feels Warm features a diverse range of visual arts practices, from painting, photography and sculpture to installation-based work and video art by the highly esteemed artists Tracey Moffatt, Tim Johnson, Owen Leong and newly emerged artists Jingzhe Li and Huajie Zhang. Under the theme that “human beings and nature are one 天人合一”, this group of artists inspire passion and strength through their work to ease and heal the trauma brought by the global pandemic.

Web page:

Name: Sree Chandra

Phone: 0401 484 854

School / Department: Institute of Australia and China