Next date: Wednesday, 12 May 2021 | 10:00 AM
to 06:00 PM
Paradox Collective comprises 4 Australian contemporary artists:
Based in the outer north east of Melbourne, they share an interest in peri-urban landscapes, connecting to the land through practical restoration and regeneration activities combined with site-informed art making. The works in this exhibition ponder connections and conflicts regarding relationships with the natural environment.
Image: Murnong by Susan Wirth, still from Hope & Beauty, 2021, projected digital image
Art Gallery 275 @ Ivanhoe Library & Cultural Hub, 275 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe 3095 View Map
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Susan Wirth, Murnong, still from Hope & Beauty, 2021, projected digital image file, dimensions variable
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