Posted by Audrey Lee on August 27, 2010
After a successful sell-out show, King For a Day Melbourne artist Meggs is wasting no time moving on to yet another esoteric installation. Based on the song of the same name by Alexisonfire, Sons of Privilege contains a series of artworks largely inspired by the lyric, ‘We don’t want to be slaves to the sons of privilege’. According to organisers, the collection is an exploration of personal freedoms and liberties, blind patriotism and political provocation.
Sons of Privilege opens to the public tonight at 6pm.
LO-FI Collective is at 383 Bourke St, Darlinghurst, Sydney.