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Imagining food: Art, Aesthetics and Design

Art made from food, playing with food and celebrating food.

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Imagining food: Art, Aesthetics and Design regards food as more than a means of sustaining life, but as a motif that colours the patterns of life.

Tasmanian artists, researchers and educators present works in a variety of forms including painting, sculpture, photography, furniture, craft, installation and mixed media. Their interpretations of food and its social, economic and environmental impacts are fascinating, beautiful and deeply satisfying.

Art made from food, playing with food and celebrating food.

Curators: Dr Malcom Bywaters, Dr Kim Lehman and Distinguished Professor Jeff Malpas

Artists: Diane Allison, Jack Birrell, Karina Clarke, Joanna Gair, Neil Haddon, David Hamilton, Dorita Hannah, Marian Hosking, Meg Keating, David Keeling, Fiona Lehman, Stephen Loo, Anne MacDonald, Anne Morrison, Troy Ruffels, Yvette Watt, Kit Wise & Helen Wright and others

Presented by University of Tasmania

Image: Fiona Lehman, Persephone’s Seeds, 2016. Courtesy of the artist. 

Artists
David Hamilton - Torque
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David Hamilton

Visual artists

David Hamilton’s practice includes sculpture, installation, drawing and digital media.
Image of David Keeling's painting, 'Summer Light, Kelso (The View From My Window)'.
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David Keeling

Visual artists

his work uncovers and expresses the beautiful, tragic, surreal poetry of the Tasmanian environment.
woodcut print on paper by Helen Wright
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Helen Wright

Visual artists


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Imagining food: Art, Aesthetics and Design

Academy Gallery
2-4 Invermay Road, Invermay TAS 7248, Australia

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