SPACED: Art out of Place
SPACED: art out of place is an international program of socially engaged art. Conceived and coordinated by IASKA (formerly the International Art Space Kelleberin, Australia), SPACED brings together international and Australian artists with communities throughout Western Australia to explore the relationship between globalisation and local identity.

The inaugural SPACED: art out of place program, SPACED (2012), took place throughout 2009-11 and involved 21 Australian and international artists and 16 regional Western Australian communities. Accompanied by a symposium and post-exhibition reader, the inaugural SPACED exhibition is the first of a series of future events that will continue IASKA's mission to foster the development of new and more productive modes of interaction between contemporary artists and communities. For more information on SPACED: art out of place (2012) visit