Shifts in Japanese Materiality


11 July – 31 August 2019

Bic Tieu | Guy Keulemans | Julie Bartholomew | Kyoko Hashimoto | Liam Mugavin | Rui Kikuchi | Yusuke Takemura

This group exhibition of contemporary design practice considers the changing nature of materiality in Japanese object-making culture. Through the work of experimental Japanese and Australian designers, Shifts in Japanese Materiality highlights the porosity of Japanese design and craft processes in a contemporary context.

Exhibition opening: Thursday July 11, 6pm.

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Image: Kyoko Hashimoto, Nenju Neckpiece, 2018. Various types of plastic from old and broken toys, concrete, sand and discarded fishing rope. Photo: Supplied by artist