Friday, 21 February 2014

Melbourne Now - ceramics +

From a surprising amount of ceramic sculpture, the stand-outs are Penny Byrne’s iProtest, a wall of small porcelain figurines symbolic of global protest movements; and Alan Constable’s table-top display of ceramic cameras, which turn machines designed to capture action into a form of still life.


Alan Constable's work looks fantastic under the natural light falling from the central courtyard at NGV:I.
Penny Byrne's iProtest (detail)







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