Patricia Piccinini’s ‘A Miracle Constantly Repeated’ exhibition has been extended until 2022
29.07.2021

Patricia Piccinini’s ‘A Miracle Constantly Repeated’ exhibition has been extended until 2022

Photo by Eugene Hyland
Words by Kate Streader

The immersive exhibition will continue its Flinders Street Station Ballroom takeover until January 16.

Patricia Piccinini’s immersive exhibition A Miracle Constantly Repeated has been extended until January 16 2022 following multiple disruptions due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Launched as part of RISING festival, the landmark exhibition was slated to finish up on August 31.

What you need to know

  • Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday July 30
  • The exhibition will now run until January 16 2022
  • Ticketholders who missed out due to lockdown will be contacted to reschedule

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Piccinini’s first extensive hometown show in almost two decades, A Miracle Constantly Repeated explores humanity’s relationship to technology and the environment through hyper-real sculptures and video and sound installations.

Taking over Flinders Street Station’s mysterious ballroom, a venue which had previously been closed to the public for over 30 years, the exhibition has continually sold-out sessions since opening in May, welcoming almost 20,000 visitors so far.

“In an era marked by cancellations, shortened seasons and sudden ends, we are so delighted by the degree to which audiences have embraced this stunning exhibition by one of Australia’s foremost artists,” said RISING co-artistic director Hannah Fox.

“That we are able to extend the season for A Miracle Constantly Repeated, ensuring more people get to experience this incredible space, while continuing to draw visitors back to the CBD as the city continues to recover and rebuild, is all the more gratifying,” she said.

A Miracle Constantly Repeated will run until January 16 2022. Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday July 30 via the RISING website