Australian artists exhibit in Taiwan - Art Collector

Jasmine Targett, Atmosphere: your troubles like bubbles will disappear. Courtesy: the artist

5 March 2012 | Daniel Crooks, Julie Dowling and Jess MacNeil are among the artists featured in a group exhibition of Australian contemporary art currently being shown in Taiwan.

Wonderland: New contemporary art from Australia surveys recent development in art across a wide range of mediums, including interactive installations, moving image and art and science collaborations. It has been curated by Antoanetta Ivanova.

The exhibition is on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Taipei, where it has already attracted 10,000 visitors since opening on 10 February 2012, according to Jasmine Targett, one of the exhibiting artists and the media liaison for the exhibition.

The other artists featured are Bindi Cole, Anna Davern, Alex Davies, Matthew Gardiner, Matthew Gingold, Chris Henschke, George Khut, Fiona Lowry, Jon McCormack, Cath Robinson, Julie Ryder, Kuuki (Priscilla Bracks, Gavin Sade), Kylie Stillman, Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski, Martin Walch and Yvette Coyle.

Wonderland continues until 15 April 2012.

Jane O'Sullivan

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