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Poster Spaces for Leisure Artist Talk

Francesca Mataraga will discuss her installation Spaces For Leisure over a cup of tea at 2.00pm Saturday 14 June.  This installation examines the table as a communal space and is paired with a series of wall drawings that are responsive to the adjoining jewellery workshop, SquarePeg Studios.  Attention visionary architects: this work would look brilliant in any corporate or apartment foyer or boardroom!

photo Francesca


Francesca Mataraga’s ‘Spaces for Leisure (an installation for AirSpace Projects)’ is opening on Thursday 5 June between 6.00 and 8.00pm. The exhibition will run from Friday 6 June until Saturday 21 June. Francesca Mataraga is a site responsive artist who has created some phenomenal installations including ‘a to b (wall work for Articulate Upstairs)’, Vitrine (Kandos Projects) and Elisabet at Queen Street Studios/Frasers. We are thrilled to be hosting ‘Spaces for Leisure (an installation for AirSpace)’ and look forward to seeing how this wonderful artist transforms our space.

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Francesca Mataraga, a to b (wall work for Articulate Upstairs), 2013. Photo credit: Johan Palsson.


This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the  Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.



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