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Project 14: Free Range

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The annual Project exhibition held at the Anna Pappas gallery is fast becoming the event for boundary-pushing artists. This year the idea of the universe takes centre stage for FREE RANGE.

Delving into 10 billion light years of space and 13 billion years of time, FREE RANGE is the collective vision of 14 artists and collaborators exploring the realm of perpetual motion.

Think light installations; video pieces; collages and mixed media installments. Names like Brendan Murphy, Cameron Robbins, Sandra Selig and Justin Williams will be showing works of space and time.

To infinity and beyond!

Project 14: Free Range runs from Feb 7 – March 12 at Anna Pappas Gallery, 2 – 4 Carlton Street Prahran.


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