After recent exhibition successes interstate, the Australian Project has come home to Melbourne once again. The new exhibition will be taking place a Federation Square to coincide with Australia Day. I highly recommend this great exhibition so if your in Federation Square anytime soon take a look. Details below for the exhibition which kicks off today.
Talked about in a previous blog The Australia Project, the concept was developed by Chris Edser, Scott Heinrich and Yianni Hill and was setup to spark debate about Australia’s national identity. I was fortunate enough to be invited to design a submission to the brief.
The Australia Project is a series of arts-based initiatives aimed at critically examining Australia’s national identity. Engaging prominent Australian creatives and the general public alike, the project seeks to provoke wide-spread debate regarding contemporary Australian culture. Australia is, to its people, many things that its cultural stereotypes do not express. The Australia Project seeks to re-examine the validity of current clichés, with the intention of revealing new perspectives from Australians about Australia today.
The Australian Project: Nigel-Buchanan
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