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living things

5 APRIL - 25 MAY

GALLERIES 1, 2, VICKI FAYLE & SCREEN GALLERY

Living Things showcases Melbourne-based artist Christopher L.G. Hill and Brisbane-based artist Matt Dabrowski, whose practices centre on the staging of chance encounters with found materials, evoking a liveliness that can appear free of artistic intentionality. Curated by Wes Hill, the exhibition examines the artists’ idiosyncratic approaches to animating the everyday, and considers how ambiguity can sometimes result from imbuing things with too much rather than too little meaning.

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