Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Scoop Homes and Art 37 Contents evident, and the wonderful surprise of
the everyday reimagined in a new form,
or given a new context, was invigorating.
Of course, not all the works chosen for the
Biennale this year make reference to the
local environment – many are concerned
with themes currently being played out
on an international stage – but the high
quality of submissions indicates that the
exhibition is fulfilling its stated role of
challenging and confronting its audiences.
The exhibition forms the basis of
the City of Bunbury Art Collection’s
acquisitive program. The 10th Biennale
offers some wonderf ul candidates for
inclusion in the City’s cultural collection
and some unique insights into what it
means to be an artist living in this place
at this time.
The Bunbury Biennale is open to
the public starting July 20.
OPPOSITECenturion, by Brian McKay. Oil on aluminium.
BELOW Untitled, by Jeremy Kir wan-Ward. Acr ylic on canvas.
BELOW LEFT Strange Seed 2, by Thomas Heidt. Copp er, wood .
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