Wallpaper Mandala

October 1, 2010

An exhibition showcasing Emma Hack’s body art based on Florence Broadhurst’s wallpaper designs.

This exhibition at Melbourne’s Obscura Gallery showcases the work of internationally recognised and award-winning multimedia artist Emma Hack.

Hack is Australia’s pioneer in the field of body art and is in her 21st year of the art form. After exploring the concept of camouflage in 2005, Hack was inspired by the Florence Broadhurst range of wallpaper designs.

Wallpaper Mandala features 10 new images in which Hack blends the female form into Broadhurst designs.

*When* Sunday 3 October 4pm – Thursday 21 October
*Where* Obscura Gallery First Floor, 285 Carlisle Street East St Kilda VIC 3183


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