Explore a range of exhibitions throughout the Frankston Arts Centre & Cube 37 that present cultures past and present from the Americas and Australia.
27-37 Davey Street, Frankston VIC, Australia
For three decades Janet Laurence has been lauded for her simultaneously conceptual but also emotive approach to nature. In our interview she talks about being a female artist dealing with nature, and what it means to create ecological art in a time of great environmental threat.
In 2019 the Australian Design Centre invited ceramicist Prue Venables to exhibit a new collection of her enigmatic, metal-augmented porcelain objects as part of their Living Treasures series. The exhibition is still touring the nation and has recently arrived at Design Tasmania.
Patrizia Biondi uses recycled cardboard to create elaborate sculptural assemblages that critique consumer culture.
Patricia Piccinini’s powerfully maternal Skywhale is joined by Skywhalepapa, a gargantuan male counterpart gently embracing a litter of bulbous offspring.
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