Faces 1976-96 SUE FORD, BEN FORD, black and white 16mm film transferred to DVD, silent, 13 mins

Faces 1976-96 SUE FORD, BEN FORD, black and white 16mm film transferred to DVD, silent, 13 mins

The subjectivity of interpretation ADRIAN DEL-RE, folded paper 'My aim is to create aesthetically pleasing art with a focus on installation, industrial or man-made elements and a sense of the organic. The neutral shades of white emit a sense of aesthetic pleasure through utter simplicity.   [Top Arts]

The subjectivity of interpretation ADRIAN DEL-RE, folded paper 'My aim is to create aesthetically pleasing art with a focus on installation, industrial or man-made elements and a sense of the organic. The neutral shades of white emit a sense of aesthetic pleasure through utter simplicity. [Top Arts]

①Close up KATE FERRARI, colour inkjet prints 'I want to capture the beauty and fierce mature of cars and I did this by contrasting the highly polished painted surfaces with the reflection of surrounding natural elements.;   ②Metallic dress KATE FERRARI, aluminium, metal rings, 'My love for fashion and statement accessories inspire me to create a garment that conveys the idea of feminism and the growing strength and power of women in today's society.   [Top Arts]

①Close up KATE FERRARI, colour inkjet prints 'I want to capture the beauty and fierce mature of cars and I did this by contrasting the highly polished painted surfaces with the reflection of surrounding natural elements.; ②Metallic dress KATE FERRARI, aluminium, metal rings, 'My love for fashion and statement accessories inspire me to create a garment that conveys the idea of feminism and the growing strength and power of women in today's society. [Top Arts]

①Missed connections GEMMA TOPLISS, concertina book: colour fibre-tipped pens, collage of cut colour paper, typing on paper, 26 pages, cardboard and leather cover, glue binding  ②Nested selves GEMMA TOPLISS, synthetic polymer paint, fibre-tipped pen and typing on paper on wood ③World elsewhere GEMMA TOPLISS, brush and pen and ink;

①Missed connections GEMMA TOPLISS, concertina book: colour fibre-tipped pens, collage of cut colour paper, typing on paper, 26 pages, cardboard and leather cover, glue binding ②Nested selves GEMMA TOPLISS, synthetic polymer paint, fibre-tipped pen and typing on paper on wood ③World elsewhere GEMMA TOPLISS, brush and pen and ink;

Consume TESS SAUNDERS, COLOUR LASER PRINTS ON TIN   Consumerism and 'Mad Men' inspired the 1950s theme of this work which comprised 595 soup cans erected as a circular pyramid.   [Top Arts]

Consume TESS SAUNDERS, COLOUR LASER PRINTS ON TIN Consumerism and 'Mad Men' inspired the 1950s theme of this work which comprised 595 soup cans erected as a circular pyramid. [Top Arts]

Consume TESS SAUNDERS, COLOUR LASER PRINTS ON TIN   Consumerism and 'Mad Men' inspired the 1950s theme of this work which comprised 595 soup cans erected as a circular pyramid.   [Top Arts]

Consume TESS SAUNDERS, COLOUR LASER PRINTS ON TIN Consumerism and 'Mad Men' inspired the 1950s theme of this work which comprised 595 soup cans erected as a circular pyramid. [Top Arts]

Agenda GEORGIA MEIN, colour inkjet prints      Agenda is a series that examines the constraints of sexual categories, the complex relationship between masculinity and femininity and the portrayal of aesthetics in personal identity.   [Top Arts]

Agenda GEORGIA MEIN, colour inkjet prints Agenda is a series that examines the constraints of sexual categories, the complex relationship between masculinity and femininity and the portrayal of aesthetics in personal identity.

Who SARAH ROBINSON, ultraviolet paint on glass, mirror, synthetic polymer paint on wood, metal stands ultra violet light    The intention of this work is to prompt questions about individuality and identity within the context of wider society.  [Top Arts]

Who SARAH ROBINSON, ultraviolet paint on glass, mirror, synthetic polymer paint on wood, metal stands ultra violet light The intention of this work is to prompt questions about individuality and identity within the context of wider society.

Creating existence ISABELLA KELLY, pencil  As individuals our personalities should be considered before our appearances. This work depicts the persistence of stereotyping and labelling of individuals within our society  [Top Arts]

Creating existence ISABELLA KELLY, pencil As individuals our personalities should be considered before our appearances. This work depicts the persistence of stereotyping and labelling of individuals within our society [Top Arts]

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Inter design of ngv

Inter design of ngv

Booklet in ngv

Booklet in ngv

elevator to first floor

elevator to first floor

Space in ngv

Space in ngv

Entrance to SUE FORD exhibition

Entrance to SUE FORD exhibition

entrance to SUE FORD exhibition

entrance to SUE FORD exhibition

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