Posted by Alexandra Spangaro
29. Oct, 2012
|November 1, 2012|
|3:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
Collages, those art projects you did in high school where you cut out words from teen magazines and the latest heartthrob’s face, right? Well it turns out they can actually progress to be a lot more beautiful and intellectually stimulating then that, especially when artist Zoë Croggon has a hand in it.
A young artist from Melbourne, Croggon’s works draw on her interest of dance and theatre to create images that challenge the viewer ‘to see common things in an unfamiliar way.’ And that is exactly what people can expect to experience at her upcoming art show.
Her work is pretty neat as a quick browse of her website will show you – our favourite’s Boxer #3 – so why not head along to the exhibition and pick yours?
WHEN: Thursday 1 November to Saturday 24 November. Opening 3 – 5pm Saturday November 3
WHERE: Daine Singer, Basement 325 Flinders Lane, Melbourne
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