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Repair or Pollute? Exhibition Explores Capacity of Everyday Materials

Thursday 23rd November / presented by Caitlin Nienaber

Remedial Works is a new exhibition at PICA bringing together six international and Australian artists.

They’re exploring the everyday materials that shape our lives and affect our bodies and relationships...ultimately looking at the fine line between a material’s capacity to repair or pollute both bodies and land.

Curator of this exhibition, Andrew Varano, was here to explain in more detail...

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