Primavera 2012: Young Australian Artists is an annual exhibition that celebrates the work of Australian artists 35 years of age and under. Now in its 21st year, Primavera 2012 features seven contemporary artists whose works create portals into imaginary territories, spiritual landscapes and private interior realms. Intimate and contemplative, their works embrace the pleasures and anxieties of ‘looking within’, inviting us to enter invisible worlds of memories, beliefs, thoughts and daydreams. Underlying many of the artist’s practices are questions surrounding our internal lives and the alternate realities we construct and inhabit on a daily basis. Bringing together the work of Dion Beasley (NT), Benjamin Forster (WA), Anastasia Klose (VIC), Todd McMillan (NSW), Kate Mitchell (NSW), Teho Ropeyarn (QLD) and Justine Varga (NSW), Primavera 2012 covers a wide range of artistic practices and sensibilities. It includes artists from remote areas of Australia alongside those from urban centres and spans media, from drawing, printmaking, film, video, performance, installation, kinetic sculpture, digital media and photography.