17th Biennale of Sydney
  • Daniel Crooks, Static No.12 (seek stillness in movement), 2009–10 Detail of HD video (RED transferred to Blu-ray), dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and Anna Schwartz Gallery. Copyright © Daniel Crooks 2009
  • Kutlug Ataman, Mesopotamian Dramaturgies / Journey to the Moon, 2009 (detail), still photography, 31 x 41 cm. Courtesy of Francesca Minini, Milan and the artist
  • Lara Baladi, Perfumes & Bazaar, The Garden of Allah, 2006 (detail), digital collage, 560 x 248 cm, technical production and printing, Factum Arte, Madrid. Courtesy the artist. Copyright Lara Baladi
  • Kataryzana Kozyra, Summertale, 2008 (detail), DVD production still, 20 mins, prod. Zacheta National Gallery of Art Copyright artist, courtesy ZAK I BRANICKA Gallery. Photograph: M. Olivia Soto
  • Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Manet’s Dejeuner sur I’herbe 1862 1863 and the Thai villagers group II, 2008-09 (detail), from ‘The Two Planets Series’, photograph and video, 110 x 100 cm; 16 mins. Courtesy the artist and 100 Tonson Gallery, Bangkok
  • Cai Guo-Qiang, Inopportune: Stage One, 2004 (detail), nine cars and sequenced multichannel light tubes, dimensions variable. Collection of Seattle Art Museum, Gift of Robert M. Arnold, in honour of the 75th Anniversary of the Seattle Art Museum, 2006, installation view at MASS MoCA, North Adams, 2004. Courtesy Cai Studio. Photograph: Hiro Ihara
  • Kent Monkman, The Death of Adonis, 2009 (detail), acrylic on canvas, 182.9 x 304.8 cm. Courtesy the artist and TrépanierBaer Gallery, Calgary
  • Christopher Pease, Law of Reflection, 2008–09 (detail), oil on canvas, 123 x 214 cm. Private collection. Courtesy the artist and Goddard de Fiddes, Contemporary Art, Perth. Photograph: Tony Nathan
  • AES+F, The Feast of Trimalchio, 2009 (detail of video still), nine-channel video installation, 19 mins. Courtesy the artists; Triumph Gallery, Moscow; and Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow
  • Tsang Kin-Wah, The First Seal – It Would Be Better If You Have Never Been Born…, 2009, digital video projection and sound installation, 6:41 mins, 513 x 513 cm. Courtesy the artist
  • Wang Qingsong, Competition, 2004 (detail), c-print, 170 x 300 cm. Courtesy the artist
  • Mark Wallinger, Hymn, 1997 (detail of video still), video, sound, 4:52 mins, edition of 10 and 1 artist proof. Courtesy Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London


Cockatoo Island
Cockatoo Island is a former industrial site. There are occasional uneven surfaces, voids, trip hazards and cliffs. A number of buildings will not be accessible by wheelchair. The ferry to Cockatoo Island is not accessible by wheelchair from the Commissioner’s Steps departure point.

Visitors using a wheelchair must board at the Pier 2/3 departure point.

Street level access is located at 140 George Street, The Rocks. Visitors with restricted mobility can enjoy all public areas of the museum, including galleries and function areas.

Pier 2/3
Pier 2/3 is wheelchair accessible. There are areas characterised by uneven surfaces or cracks in floorboarding. It is recommended that visitors with low vision
are accompanied by a carer to assist them with negotiating the space.

The street entrance to Artspace is easily accessible for wheelchairs, prams and buggies. Fully accessible toilets with facilities for the disabled are also located on the ground floor.

Royal Botanic Gardens
Most areas of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain are wheelchair accessible, other than the steep paths and stairs. Accessible routes and toilets in the
Gardens are signposted and shown on the map.

Art Gallery of New South Wales
The main entrance, at the front of the Gallery, is via a short flight of stairs. Accessible routes and toilets in the gardens are signposted and shown on the map. There are two accessible routes linking the Domain to Woolloomooloo on the eastern side.

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