Double Vision, digital art screen in Double Bay

Double vision

Expressions of Interest for Double Vision 2024/25 exhibitions - now open

'Double Vision' is a digital public art project run by Woollahra Council. The digital screen, installed under the escalators to the Woollahra Library (Kiaora Place) in Double Bay features a range of varied video or other screen based artworks from different artists. Works displayed on the screen aims to engage and provide a point of difference to the public in this space.

We are seeking expressions of interest from artists who would be interested in being part of the next exhibition cycle from October 2024 to October 2025.

Each screen based artwork exhibition will be on view for a period of three months.

For more information and how to submit your EOI, please read the Exhibition EOI information(PDF, 475KB).

The Double Vision Expressions of Interest will close on 30 May 2024.


Double Vision is currently screening works by artist Deborah Kelly, represented by Wagner Contemporary. These artworks will be on display until end May 2024.

Artist: Deborah Kelly
Duration: 03.55 secs

Artist: Deborah Kelly
Title: The Gods of Tiny Things
Duration: 05.25 secs

Artist: Deborah Kelly with Wayang Cyber 2
Title: Pada Suata Ketika
Duration: 03.10 secs

Deborah Kelly’s projects across media are concerned with lineages of representation, politics and history, and practices of collectivity from epic to intimate.

The animations include references to classical figures and some nudity. These canonical images have been used throughout art history and are familiar to a young audience through art education.

Deborah Kelly is represented by Wagner Contemporary.



Deborah Kelly - Lying Women (for web).jpg
LYING WOMEN: Deborah Kelly

For more information on the public art project, or you would like to be involved, please email or call 9391 7102.