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Future Eaters

22 July – 23 September 2017

Hany Armanious, Benjamin Armstrong, Damiano Bertoli, Nina Cannell, Marley Dawson, Aleksandra Domanović, Hannah Donnelly, Alex Dordoy, Lewis Fidock & Joshua Petherick, Mira Gojak, Guan Xiao, Yngve Holen, Alex Israel, Magali Reus, Anna Uddenberg and Anicka Yi

Charlotte Day

How is sculpture evolving to reflect a world where technology has come to shape almost every facet of our existence? How might the sculpture of our time appear to viewers in the future?

Future Eaters presents a range of contemporary Australian and international artists working with sculptural practices in our present technological age. Featuring several newly commissioned artworks and installations, the exhibition explores some of the ways sculptural materials and forms are changing as artists respond to the mediated and virtual realities of the world in which we live and work.

Image: From left, Marley Dawson, 505, Stirrer/vortex/chaos, 500, 2017; Guan Xiao, Rolling beating, 2014; Nina Canell, Brief syllable (Combustible), 2016. Installation view, Future Eaters, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne, 2017. Photo: Christian Capurro

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