until 6 November 2005

First 2000 students over 16 free

The National Gallery of Australia presents a mesmerising exhibition of video works by renowned American artist Bill Viola. The Passions 2000–02 is a series of 12 works exploring emotional states.

The exhibition also features one of Viola’s most ambitious installations, Five Angels for the Millennium 2001, a gallery full of video projections, accompanied by a mysterious and expansive landscape of sound.

Admission charges apply: 16s and under free.

Go to nga.gov.au/Viola for more information.




FREE for the first 200 students to book

The major exhibition by pioneering video artist Bill Viola is closing soon.  Don’t miss this last chance to see the sensational exhibition and indulge in cocktails and sounds by Sub Bass Snarl, vision by VJ Superlight.

Saturday 5 November 6–10pm

DJ Sub Bass Snarl VJ Superlight

Tickets $25; $15 members; $5 students
includes exhibition entry and live entertainment

Cocktails and refreshments available

Bookings essential:+61 2 6240 6504 eventbookings@nga.gov.au


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Animated Sequence : Bill Viola, Five Angels for the Millennium 2001
Departing Angel; Birth Angel; Fire Angel; Ascending Angel; Creation Angel
five channel, colour video projection with stereo sound
216.0 x 306.3 cm (each projected image); 470.0 x 1065.0 x 2020.0
(installation variable), Artist's proof. Collection of the artist. Copyright Bill Viola. Photographs Kira Perov

This exhibition has been organised
by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Proudly sponsored by

Supported by
The Sarah and Baillieu Myer Family Foundation