Rosângela Rennó, "Operação A3-2 Operação Aranhas/Arapongas/Arapucas", 2014

Rosângela Rennó questions the physical space on “Boundary Lines”

(Brisbane, Australia)

In a world marked by walls, borders and divisions, Rosângela Rennó, member of the PIPA Nominating Committee 2016 and 2018 and PIPA Award Juri 2015; Vernon Ah Kee; Daniel Boyd; Carol McGregor, et al question the meaning of the space through symbolic or literal notions on the collective “Boundary Lines” at the Griffith University Art Museum. Until February 23rd, the exhibition curated by Angela Goddard aims to explore how boundaries influence on control and domination of ndividuals and communities behaviors and conducts.

Specially considering the negative space in contemporary art, the collective tries to analyze the effect of “built environments, metaphorical spaces and modes of institutional regulation on our personal and group behaviours, cultural sensitivities and universal memories” on individuals.

“Boundary Lines”, collective with Rosângela Rennó, Vernon Ah Kee, Daniel Boyd, Carol McGregor, et al
Curated by Angela Goddard
On exhibition from November 20th to February 23rd, 2019

Griffith University Art Museum
Queensland College of Art, 226 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Austrália
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