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Rebirth presents: Parallel by Kasia Frankowicz

Where
551E King St
Newtown NSW 2042
Australia
When

Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays to Sundays, 10am to 6pm Wednesdays, 5pm to 9pm Wednesday 17 January to Tuesday 23 January

Experience the intersection of contemporary art in two parallel realms through the diverse portfolio of Australian artist Kasia Frankowicz. Spanning pop art, anti-art, augmented reality, and an exclusive Sydney-inspired arcade game, her creations redefine artistic boundaries within interconnected dimensions.

As the realms progress in parallel, boundaries blur, unifying distinct artistic worlds. Frankowicz's art breaks traditional moulds, exploring diverse layers of expression, utilising a multidimensional approach to creativity that extends beyond the usual constraints or definitions of art.

Join us for an incredible free in-person event with reception drinks at Studio 551, King Street, Newtown NSW, Australia.

Sponsored by Fellr and Philter Brewing.

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