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In Conversation: Sandra Selig & Hamish Sawyer

Where
UNSW Galleries
UNSW Galleries
Corner of Oxford Street and Greens Road, Paddington NSW 2021
When

Saturday 27 August from 2pm to 3pm

Sandra Selig works at the intersection of visual art and experimental music, using humble materials such as thread, paper, light and sound to articulate intangible notions of form, space, and time.

Hamish Sawyer is a Brisbane-based independent curator and writer with more than fifteen years of experience in programming and management roles across the commercial, government and not-for-profit sectors.

Presented in conjunction with Sandra Selig: exploring giant molecules at UNSW Galleries, 27 August – 20 November 2022.

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