5 June 2013-13 July 2013
Deakin Art Gallery (Melbourne Burwood Campus)
The singular and yet ordinary image of a hammer, left casually atop a plinth, inspired a profound change in the art and thinking of Robert Hague. This simple hammer, appearing to usurp an unmade sculpture, rich in metaphor and replete with a history of creation and destruction was to become a path from abstraction to appropriation and the conceptual. This exhibition includes models, prints and sculpture from a 10 year period and describes the artist's journey of experimentation and reflection.
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24 July 2013-31 August 2013
Deakin University Art Gallery (Melbourne Burwood Campus)
Alison Bennett is a PhD candidate at Deakin University undertaking a 'creative practice as research' project in digital photography. This body of work is an examination of surface and embodiment via digital encounter. Working with representations of human skin captured with a re-purposed flatbed scanner, Bennett has complicated the notion of digital photographic surface with an overlay of augmented reality that projects out of the physical print into virtual space.
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