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Underscored by a collaborative text work by Melbourne poet Lisa Gorton and an experimental essay by Art Gallery of NSW Senior Curator of Contemporary Australian Art Isobel Parker Philip, Figures of slippage and oscillation reappraises our philosophical and conceptual grappling with geography and cartography.
Izabela Pluta (b. 1979, Poland) migrated to Australia in 1987. She has exhibited widely throughout Australia. In 2018, Pluta was shortlisted for the MAMA Foundation National Photographic Award. Pluta is represented by Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert and is a Senior Lecturer in photography at UNSW Art & Design, Sydney.
Author: Izabela Pluta, Bec Parsons, Lisa Gorton, Isobel Parker Philip
32 x 24cm
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