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Interior Architecture

16 June–24 July 2011
La Trobe Visual Arts Centre // Bendigo

Interior Architecture

Exhibition // 16 June–24 July 2011 // La Trobe Visual Arts Centre

Interior Architecture examines a number of ways that contemporary artists experience and represent bodies in space. Spaces of the feminine are the subject of installation piece Untitled Grey (2010). Using flexible materials as a metaphor for the flux and change of identity, craft processes of tying, twisting and plaiting create sites of reference for the female lived experience. Group show curated by Caroline Phillips.


Timothy Kendall-Edser, Catherine Evans, Mark Friedlander, Kate Just, Caroline Phillips, Clare Rae, Julie Shiels, Inez de Vega

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f generation: feminism, art, progressions

Exhibition // 7–16 October 2015 // George Paton Gallery

A collaborative project by Caroline Phillips, Veronica Caven Aldous and Dr Juliette Peers. 2015 marked the fortieth anniversary of International Women’s Year and the series of groundbreaking feminist art activities that took place at George Paton Gallery at the University of Melbourne Student Union, including a lecture by renowned feminist curator Lucy Lippard,  artist slideshows, consciousness-raising sessions, and exhibitions. f generation: feminism, art, progressions showed 96 artworks, involving responses from over 140 artists, students, theorists and feminist commentators- a contemporary polylogue of responses that opened out history making into many voices.


Afternoon of performance: Wednesday, October 7, 3-5pm Trashbag, Christina Green, Cunt/Tamponary/Art manifesto, Tonié Field, Kalinda Vary and Danielle McCarthy


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