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7° & RAINY ON SATURDAY 18 AUGUST IN MELBOURNE
By Hudson Brown
October 11, 2017
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Mark All As Read

An exhibition creatively examining the effect of work on the body.
By Hudson Brown
October 11, 2017
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Most people dislike the daily grind, but can art tell us what sort of impact our professional lives actually have our psyche? That's what Mark All As Read sets out to explore at Blindside Gallery with the exhibition presenting a critical gaze into the physical and virtual space of the office and the world of productivity. Taking over both galleries at Blindside, local artists Nick Modrzewski, Nabilah Nordin and Katie Paine show through a variety of creative mediums and expressions the effect of work on the body, and what might be gained or lost from working within a professional space.

Each artist offers their own perspective on the subject, with Modrzewski combining exploring power hierarchies through painting, sculpture, performance and more, while Nordin works with various found and discarded materials. Finally, Katie Paine's work features installation and collage to create immersive artworks reimagining the office experience.

Mark As Read is on now at Blindside Gallery, showing until Saturday October 21.

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