Dirty Dozen Exhibition: Windows XII
5 July 2016
The 2016 Monash University Fine Art Honours Students have taken over The Dirty Dozen vitrines with an evolving exhibition called 'Windows XII'.
Windows XII runs from 5 July to 29 August 2016 at The Dirty Dozen, Campbell Street Arcade (Flinders Street Station underpass to Degraves Street)
A total of 16 artists from the Monash Honours program have sought to present a collective expansion, reconfiguration and relocation of the working studio.
The windows are occupied as temporal capsules in order to extend the dynamics of studio practice, intersecting and traversing the social, solitary and relational in an exploration of contained and networked space. Through close and constant negotiation, notions of convergence and networked spatiality provide the potential for expansion, transmutation and collaboration over time. The encapsulated works are presented in transit, evolving, disappearing, checking for updates…
Make sure you check back to watch the works evolve and morph under the neon glare, amidst the perpetual flux of pedestrian traffic.
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