Silent Windows

Mon, 13 Aug 2012 14:09:00 +1000

Silent Windows, the new art exhibition by Deakin University lecturer Terry Matassoni, opens in Melbourne next month.

This exhibition brings together key works in Terry's ongoing investigation of the alienation that exists in a crowded city.

"I am interested in the alienation experienced in the larger cities, the loss of identity, the loneliness, the stresses on relationships, the power of images, as in the giant billboards that show the perfect body type," Terry said.

"I find my inspirations in my immediate surroundings.

"I look at the people I meet, magazines, TV, from high culture to junk culture, everything is source material."

The exhibition will be opened by the Honourable Paul Guest QC.

Further information:

When: Thursday September 6th to Saturday October 20th, 2012

Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 4pm; Saturday, 12pm to 4pm

Artist talk: Friday 14 September 2012, at 2.30pm

Where: Maroondah Art Gallery

32 Greenwood Avenue

Ringwood VIC 3134


I am interested in the alienation experienced in the larger cities,says Terry Matasonni.
I am interested in the alienation experienced in the larger cities,says Terry Matasonni.
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20th August 2012