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AN ILLUMINATION OF ART ON THE NORTHBRIDGE PIAZZA SUPERSCREEN

15 January - 14 February

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ARTISTS:

Dasom Yun

DASOM YUN

Dasom Yun is a freelance illustrator who lives in Seoul, Korea. She loves to draw red cats and use vibrant colors.

Laslo Antal

LASLO ANTAL

Laslo Antal is a Hungarian artist from Serbia who is based in Berlin. This exhibiton features and enigmatic collage and mixed media works from Antal’s “Visual Diary Project”.

Isik Kaya

IŞIK KAYA

Işık Kaya is a lens-based artist whose practice explores the ways in which humans shape the contemporary landscape. In her work, she focuses on traces of economic infrastructures to examine politics in built environments. By framing her subjects exclusively at night, she accentuates the artificial and uncanny qualities of urban landscapes.

Caramuru Baumgartner

CARAMURÚ BAUMGARTNER

Caramurú Baumgartner is a visual artist and musician living in Rio de Janeiro.

“As an alchemist or a sort of magician of colors and drawings, my personal legacy as a visual artist reveals a unique, intimate, surreal and psychedelic place”

– Caramurú Baumgartner

Sandro Ryback

SANDRO RYBACK

Sandro Rybak is an illustrator and concept artist from Germany, currently living in Berlin. His spacey colours and compositions transport you into a surreal new floating world.

David Carson

DAVID CARSON

David Carson is an artist based in Fremantle. He moved to Australia from the UK in 1995 teaching art and design in various art schools before becoming a full-time artist concentrating on new imaging technologies. He has collaborated with many art and science organisations including Scitech in Perth, Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines in Western Australia and the Sodankylä Geophysical Observatory in Finland.

 

 

 

 

 

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