From dusk on the street front.
27-37 Davey Street, Frankston VIC, Australia
“Art is more enjoyable if you look at it hard and long, than if you look at it idly and in passing.”
With a practice spanning three decades, Louise Weaver is well-known for her meticulously crochet-encased animal forms.
Artspace is embarking on a yearlong project with no gallery, no borders and no holds barred.
The pujiman, meaning bush or desert born, were the last Indigenous Australians to live entirely nomadically.
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