HOMEWARD FOUND
More Than 60 Artists From The Asia Region

Opening Thursday December 13th, 6-9pm
Continues until Dec 23rd

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With the simple brief of “what does Home mean to you?” ‘Homeward Found’ brings together the work of over 60 artists for the largest independent exhibition of Asian urban, underground, street and graffiti artists to ever be held in Australia.

Featuring the work of: Peap Tarr (CM), Lisa Mam (CM), Sheep Chen (CN), Nosaltwu (CN), N0. 8SSS (CN), Vance (CN), Xeme (HK), Rainbo (HK), Tuyuloveme (ID), Lovehatelove (ID), Zany13 (ID), Ras (ID), Mikhaela Cherry (ID), Roneo (ID), Cloze (ID), Mrpigart (ID), Olderplus (ID), Miles OK (ID), Herzven (ID), Rubso (ID), Muth (ID), Laugh (ID), Yukers (ID), Bujangan Urban (ID), Luise Ono (JP), Moya (JP), Enzo (KR), Dasher1 (MO), Beggie (MO), Heesco (MO/AU), Akid (MY), Katun (MY), Drewfunk (MY), escapeva (MY), SnakeTwo (MY), Sliz (MY), Cloakwork (MY), Asmoe (MY), Nestwo (MY), Bone (MY), Quiccs (PH), Little bEni (PH/ID), Egg Fiasco (PH), Gerilya (PH), Kookoo Ramos (PH), Rai Cruz (PH), Dee Jae Pa'este (PH), Trip63 (PH), EXLD (PH), Song (SG), Daiso (SG), Klem (SG), Kringe (SG), Aizen (SG), Zero (SG), Jero (TW), Creepy Mouse (TW), Mr.OGAY (TW), Bounce (TW), Lazy Willy (TW), MUEBON (TH), ERTH (TH), Waris (TH), Kenz (TH), 2choey (TH), SubyOne (VN), Liar Ben (VN), Viet Max (VN), Silk Roy (AU), Mike Eleven (LA/AU), Mishap (AU)

Showcasing the vibrant creativity of our immediate neighbours, the exhibition brings to Melbourne some of the finest established and emerging talent from over twelve countries. The first in a planned series of events and collaborations, titled the ‘Sojourn Project’, Homeward Found aims to strengthen ties between artists across the Australian-Asian region through collaboration, exchange and communication. Exhibition Opening night - Thursday 13th December - 6pm to 9pm Show continues until December 23rd.

Curated by Facter & Invurt and presented by VS Gallery Supported by NFA Gallery, Young Henrys, Arterior & New Electric. Flyer artwork: Bounce (TW)

About the Sojourn Project The Sojourn Project has been formed in order to connect artists in Australia and Asia through collaboration, exchange and communication. Our aim is the forge international community bonds and promote the emerging and underground arts throughout the greater Australiasian region. Homeward Found is curated by Melbourne artist Facter. In his role as Director and editor of Invurt, Facter has been documenting artists, events and producing art related events for the past ten years. In this time he has acted as consultant and curator for a variety of street art and graffiti related festivals and activations, as well as continually advocating the art form to the general public. For the last five years, Facter has been living, travelling and working within Asia, where he has befriended, discovered and painted with a multitude of talented artists and creatives from a variety of disciplines. He has formed the Sojourn project as a way of educating and exposing both the Australian and Asian public to the wealth of creativity of these artists, as well as to create collaborative projects between Australian and Asian artists.