COVID-19 UPDATE: INFORMATION FOR VISITORS ATTENDING PUBLIC GALLERIES
Following the latest advice from the Victorian Government, public galleries across Victoria can re-open to the public from Wednesday 28 July.
We recommend visiting our member gallery websites to check opening hours and to learn about any booking or COVID Safe protocols ahead of your visit.
You can also continue to engage with public galleries from home, PGAV Member galleries have great online programs available.
Please remember when visiting a public gallery to check in on arrival, wear a face mask and maintain physical distance from other patrons.
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Ruth Höflich is an artist and filmmaker, born in Munich, Germany, and currently based in Melbourne. Often beginning with photography, her multidisciplinary practice examines the process of image-making, which she sees as an imprint of the daily flow of energy and information.
In 2019, Höflich was awarded the Georges Mora Fellowship. As part of the Fellowship, she developed a new body of work relating to the concept of magic, drawing inspiration from the Conjuring Collection at the State Library of Victoria.
In an installation of video, photography and site intervention, To Feed Your Oracle will explore how we might understand, or predict, things that we can’t see and how our expectations might affect how we experience the unknown.
Image: Ruth Höflich, To Feed your Oracle, 2021. Photograph: Theresa Harrison Photography.