155 Langridge Street, Collingwood VIC, Australia
Kylie Stillman’s silhouetted carvings of natural forms, such as trees and birds, are built up slowly over days and weeks, hollowed out from stacks of reinforced paper or timber with hand tools, knives and jigsaws.
Hard and soft, volatile and permanent; Teelah George plays with paradoxes in textiles and bronze.
For Time traveller for hole, Sasha Grbich and Kelly Reynolds have harnessed the restrictions and limitations resulting from Covid-19 to reassess, reinvent, and re-imagine their practice.
Thanks to countless sitcoms, the nuanced realities of office work are common knowledge. Not so with agriculture.
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