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Living Cultures in Glass: Entropy, Agriculture and Post-Glass


11 May 2011

An exhibition by Sydney College of Arts visiting research fellow, Anjali Srinivasan, seeking to erode the concept of a self-contained object. Through cross-disciplinary practices, Srinivasan develops ways to discover, access and restructure essential information or overlooked potential held in a material of situation.

The exhibition present the beginnings of Srinivasan's research into Living Culture in Glass: Entropy, Agriculture and Post-Glass, and its development over a month-long period at SCA, the Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources, and the Australian Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM).

Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday, 11.00am to 5.00pm

Further information:

T: +61 2 9351 1008

E: sca.galleries@sydney.edu.au


Contact: Dr Lucy Buxton

Phone: 02 8627 1005

Email: 3f27082d1a38244e205d5a21142d0b3b3f165e1d325e623933