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By Hilary Simmons
May 27, 2013
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By Hilary Simmons
May 27, 2013
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C3's recently opened Exhibition 55 sees the gallery's six spaces play host to six independent exhibitions  — Alison Kennedy's Paintings Without Heads, Emma Langridge, Bruce Rowe and Nicholas Ryrie's Process/Ritual, Malcolm Lloyd's Phink Fish, Mariana Jandova and Tony Cran's The Messenger, Margaret McIntosh's Dog House and Penelope Trotter's Looking For Charlie.

The diverse artworks are tied together by an overarching interest in the repetitive art making process and the apparent disconnect between what people seek and what they find. The dog house, a grandmother's long lost love, tattle tales and a fated voyage to outer space might be just around the corner, but in the spirit of the exhibition, leave your preconceived notions at the door.

Image Malcolm Lloyd, Phink Fish.

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