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Fiona Buckland – recent work

Where
112 Glebe Point Rd
Glebe NSW 2037
Australia
The Shop Gallery
When

Every day, 11am to 6pm Friday 26 April to Wednesday 1 May

Opening event 4pm 27 April

“She Didn’t Like to throw Things Out” is an exhibition of posters and large scale assemblages by artist Fiona Buckland at The Shop Gallery Glebe, 112 Glebe Point Road, Glebe. 

Through the recontextualisation of images and text, Fiona Buckland explores themes as broad as popular culture, feminism, mythology and the ways that we learn and think about art. The show is comprised of collages that have been reconfigured as A1 and A2 commercially printed posters and large scale timber assemblages, constructed of recycled scraps and remnants of pre-internet popular culture.

These arresting and engaging artworks pose questions rather than answer them and invite audiences to engage with them in a playful manner.

Contact event organiser

Anna Couani

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