Silk Scarf | Double/Negative | Cornelia Parker | MCA
You can view the limited edition Double Negative face mask here.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, Kit Grover and British artist Cornelia Parker, proudly present a limited-edition statement scarf based on the artwork Double Negative (2019) which is featured within the Sydney International Art Series.
Marking Cornelia Parker's first major survey exhibition within the Southern Hemisphere, the scarf playfully transforms the featured artwork into a piece of colourful, wearable art.
Cornelia Parker, Double Negative, 2019
90 x 90 cm
Silk scarf | Kampagee by Margaret Baragurra | One of Twelve
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This beautiful silk scarf with electric green dotting, outlined in crimson red evokes memories for Margaret Baragurra of her country, Kampagee, during the wet season, when rich colours and food...
Silk scarf | Untitled by Katarra Butler | One of Twelve
Katarra Butler’s untitled painting depicts designs associated with the site of Tjukurla in Western Australia. During ancestral times, a group of women gathered at Tjukurla to perform the ceremonial songs...
Silk scarf | Untitled by Aubrey Tjangala | One of Twelve
This painting depicts designs associated with the site Walungurru (Kintore), set deep in the Western Desert. During ancestral times, Ngintaka (Perentie) travelled to this site from the west where he...