exhibition: In Opposition

 
100 Views of Rooty Hill, Screenprint and Installation, Matthew Feder

100 Views of Rooty Hill, Screenprint and Installation, Matthew Feder

EXhibition: In Opposition

Rubicon Gallery, Melbourne, September 25th - October 12th 2019.

Combining found and virgin materials, like cardboard and velvet, and orderly versus chaotic presentation. The works are an investigation into the significance of a process based technique that connects to industry, and class. Bound together in their semiotic usage of transport imagery, and what it is to move, or be moved from one place to another.

To merge, and simultaneously expose the differences between two works dealing with: the value of the artists hand, materiality and the binary of high and low art, questioning what it is for the masculine, or feminine to build/construct an atypical object or environment.

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