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Critical Fixtures

April 14, 2009

Critical Fixtures explores the phenomenon of the RMIT Gallery through the eyes of six contemporary artists.

Critical Fixtures explores the phenomenon of the RMIT Gallery through the eyes of six contemporary Australian and International installation artists who have created a series of site-specific works for this exhibition.

From architecture to subtle sounds to etheric resonances read by a clairvoyant, Critical Fixtures reinterprets this historic building by redefining the way we interact with it sensorially.

Sydney artist Mark Brown has drawn together Mimi Tong, Robbie Rowlands, Denis Beaubois, Kate Fulton and Mark Themann to expand our experience. It is fitting that as the Gallery celebrates its recent renovation and new look, that we are called to see the Gallery in a different way.

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