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Exploring contemporary feminist aesthetics through handmade making processes and the intensity of repetition. Two artists explore the breadth of potentials to be found in a larger world. Cathy Johnstone’s video installation engages in a dialogue with Muslim women, to explore perceptions of identity and relationships of reflexivity. Caroline Phillips’ sculptures reveal interconnections between site and materials, to draw attention to the material nature of relationships. Exhibited in the historic Bluestone Buildings at Melbourne’s Living Museum of the West.
Catalogue Essay by Karen Buczynski-Lee
PHOTOGRAPHY CLARE RAE
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