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2015 Finishes on a High Note

Graduating Students from UNSW Art & Design take over AirSpace Projects

Exhibition continues until Saturday 19 December


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Marilyn Schneider

Lifestyle Display

Friday 22 August – Saturday 30 August

Opening Thursday 21 August, 6.00pm – 8.00pm

M.Schneider, Mega Mansion, 2012 low resMarilyn Schneider, Mega Mansion, 2012. Foam core, DVD cases, Chroma key paint, cardboard, 150 x 60 x 75 cm.


For Lifestyle Display Marilyn Schneider uses sculptural installation to examine the visual language of surfaces and logos in commercial spaces. These reconstructions critique the generic aesthetic looks and stylistic attitudes that present the viewer with a seemingly excessive display of wealth and status.

Using imagery derived from luxury trade shows, celebrity homes and high-end fashion stores, the installation investigates what the spectaculisation of the urban landscape reveals about our culture. Synthetic and industrial materials are used to create imitations that critique how different forms of artifice attempt to manipulate the subject in the public sphere.

Sally Clarke

Visual Artist

Contemporary Art and Feminism

Art, Feminism, Australia, Now


The First Four Years

The First Four Years

Art Sleuth

Delving into the murky depths of the contemporary London art scene

Wexner Center for the Arts

The First Four Years


The First Four Years

AirSpace Projects 2014-2017

The First Four Years