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Evelyn Pohl and Yundi Wang, A Promotional Image, 2021, iPhone 12 photograph, taken by Yundi Wang. Courtesy the artists.

It’s raining, and I miss you (song book)

Evelyn Pohl, Yundi Wang

30 Sep–28 Dec 2021

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Evelyn Pohl and Yundi Wang, I find you in Royal Park, 2021. Sound, 5:17min. Courtesy of the artists.

Evelyn Pohl and Yundi Wang, It's raining, and I miss you, 2021, artist book, 15 x 15cm, 89 pages.

We made a song book for the gallery but since we can't be in the gallery with you we scanned the book and sung you a song in Royal Park. The poetry in the song comes from what Donald Winnicott thinks a baby would say, if it spoke to its mother. We found this poem in the book 'The Argonauts' by Maggie Nelson. Coincidentally, we started reading this book at the same time.

Songs so far by Evelyn Pohl and Yundi Wang will be exhibited at Blindside 6-23 April 2022.

Online, Exhibition
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Let's sing a little song about love, about you and the blue, blue sky.

We have made the songs alone and together, inside and outside. We talk about the weather with care, enjoying each others’ voices traveling to our ears. It’s the breakfast that your loved one makes; it’s the long walk with the rainbow hanging on the sky after a heavy rain; it’s the honey to the bee, and you to me.

Songs so far by Evelyn Pohl and Yundi Wang will be exhibited at Blindside 6-23 April 2022.

online: 29 Sep 2021

This program takes place on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded - this land is stolen land. We pay respects to Wurundjeri Elders, past, present and emerging, to the Elders from other communities and to any other Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders who might encounter or participate in the program.

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Evelyn Pohl + Yundi Wang, Courtesy of the artists.
Opening 6 Apr
Onsite, Exhibition, Performance

6–23 Apr 2022

It's raining, and I miss you

Evelyn Pohl, Yundi Wang

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Online, Exhibition, Satellite

1 Aug–30 Oct 2021

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