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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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12×12 at aMBUSH Gallery
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12×12 at aMBUSH Gallery

Australia

Limitation breeds inspiration in the 4th instalment of 12×12 at Sydney’s aMBUSH Gallery.


It’s been 4 years since the first exhibition at aMBUSH Gallery, 12×12 returns in 2011. There’s a great, simple idea behind the exhibition – 12 Australian artists each displaying 12 artworks on 12×12 inch canvases.

 

The format, while offering certain limitations, asks the artists to create sharp, well-thought-out works, while helping to make art by some of Australia’s biggest names much more affordable.

 

 

 

This year there are some exciting additions including Daek, Drewfunk, Ears, Edward Woodley, Gary Seaman, Gimiks Born, Mark Alsweiler, Rone, Sean Morris, Shannon Crees, Shida and Troy Archer.

The exhibition runs from 22 – 31 July and the artworks will be available for sale online from 23 July at watim.com/12×12.

 

aMBUSH Gallery
4A James Street Waterloo
Sydney NSW 2017
[email protected]
ambushgallery.com


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Issue 59 - The Life Outside Issue

Issue 59

The Life Outside Issue

Introducing the Life Outside issue of Habitus magazine. With life increasingly being absorbed into a digital space, there is never a more important moment to hold something tangible. In this context, the power of nature to have a physiological impact on our sense of wellbeing has never been more important. So how can we cultivate the benefits of the our natural environment in the most intimate of places – our homes? This was the question that helped to bring this issue of Habitus to life.

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