Talking Hands is an exhibition of beautiful images of worker’s hands by Altona artist, Zoya Martin.
Shown in outdoor, large-scale installations across five sites, the exhibition features striking photographs of hands of Hobsons Bay workers from a range of industries including chefs, brewers, health practitioners and Toyota workers.
Exploring the skills and passion of the workers, the images tell visual stories of hands that build, craft and care. Stories of how we used to work and how we work today. Stories that capture and highlight the diversity of the many occupations in the west.
We invite you to take a self-guided Talking Hands tour.
View the exhibition at these locations:
> The SUBSTATION Billboards, 1 Market Street, Newport Read the stories
> Long Space Gallery, 419 Melbourne Road, Newport NIGHT VIEWING AVAILABLE Read the stories
> Louis Joel, 5 Sargood Street, Altona NIGHT VIEWING AVAILABLE Read the stories
> Woods Street Art Space, 44 Woods Street, Laverton NIGHT VIEWING AVAILABLE Read the stories
> Orbital, Central Square, 1/23 Central Avenue, Altona Meadows NIGHT VIEWING AVAILABLE Read the stories