Archie Moore’s largest solo exhibition to date is titled “1970–2018,” which is the span of time he’s spent on Earth. For this show, the Australian artist has taken over every inch of the Griffith University Art Museum and transformed it into a multisensory experience in which visitors are encouraged to touch the objects. The eponymous work on display comprises several rooms associated with the indigenous artist’s earliest memories.
Through one doorway, Moore’s first angsty art-school paintings hang along a narrow hallway that smells of disinfectant. Around the corner, a living room: Clips from