Abandonment, the road, suburban dystopias, and midnight motel feasts are all part of the liminal world that Annalisa Ferraris transported us to in her exhibition at The Slow Bali, which launched on the 16th of June 2018. Ferraris journeyed to the island in collaboration with China Heights Gallery Surry Hills, who hosted the first solo exhibition of her career; an immediate sell-out and the catalyst of a devout following. Her paintings of empty swimming pools, abandoned brutalist buildings and still-life scenes of stubbed out cigarettes stayed on show in The Slow’s gallery space of Room 13 until the 16th of July.