A Working Model of the World
Venue: LifeSpace: Science Art Research Gallery // Dates: 15 Jun – 22 Sep // Preview: 14 June, 5-7pm
Check out an exhibition of contemporary art and working models that examines how they are used across disciplines to contemplate, experiment, invent and teach, at LifeSpace.
Featuring art works by Maria Fernando Cardoso, Kate Dunn, Caraballo-Farman, Emily Floyd, Jo Law, Sascha Pohflepp and Chris Woeken and Karolina Sobecka alongside actively used models from research and teaching staff at Dundee and historical models from the University collections. The exhibition begins at LifeSpace and continues across the campus.
Curated by Dr Lizzie Muller (UNSW Art & Design) and Holly Williams (The Curators’ Department) with LifeSpace. A Working Model of the World was developed in partnership with UNSW Galleries, Sydney and Shelia C. Johnson Design Centre, The New School, New York.
You can see the exhibition on Saturdays between 11am-5pm, or Monday to Friday by appointment.