3 October - 12 December 2015

Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) concludes its three-part series on watershed moments in art history with Technologism, a major group exhibition on the cultural, social and political impact of technological advancements in the modern era.

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Francis Upritchard
5 February - 9 April 2016

A dominant figure in the international contemporary art scene, Francis Upritchard boasts a vast body of work that presents an unnerving, disjointed narrative of amalgamated histories, places and times; from her early evocations of the New Zealand topography, the obscure reinterpretations of archaic cabinets of curiosity, to her enigmatic sculptural figures.


OSW: Anthropocite
Monash Earth Sciences Garden
Monash university Clayton

Open Spatial Workshop, or OSW, a collaboration between Scott Mitchell, Terri Bird and Bianca Hester have created Anthropocite (2015). Presented within the Monash Earth Sciences Garden, Anthropocite tells a story of material transformation. This story parallels the multiple geological narratives evident in the surrounding rocks.

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Ronnie van Hout: Dayton
Opposite the New Horizons building, Monash University Clayton

Ronnie van Hout's Dayton, an oversized sculpture of a seated humanoid robot has found a home opposite the New Horizons building at Monash University's Clayton Campus. van Hout's sculpture encourages us to think about the increasing human-like nature of robots and our corresponding and intensifying reliance on technology.

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Linda Marrinon: Figure Sculpture
2005 - 2015

Exhibition Catalogue

Curators: Charlotte Day, Kirrily Hammond & Francis Parker, 2015
88 page hardcover, 48 colour reproductions

Text: Robyn McKenzie, Julie Ewington & Angus Trumble
ISBN: 978-0-9923754-5-3

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