Rosslynd Piggott: I Sense You But I Cannot See You

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© The artist Rosslynd Piggott 'Nature-morte eggs 1' 1990–91
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© The artistRosslynd Piggott 'Collection of air - 27.12.1992 - 28.2.1993' (detail)
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© The artistRosslynd Piggott 'Double Breath (contained) of the sitter' 1993–94 (installation detail)

Time Out says

The Australian artist has her first survey at the NGV in 21 years

Rosslynd Piggott is one of Australia's most diverse contemporary artists, working seamlessly across painting, drawing, photography, textiles and installation to create her unique multisensory works. Presented 21 years after her last survey exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, I Sense You But I Cannot See You brings together more than 100 of Piggott’s works, many of which have not been seen in Australia before. Highlights include Collection of air 2.12.1992-28.2.1993, which saw Piggott travel Europe for three months capturing vials of air from 65 locations, and a group of engraved glass sculptures created in collaboration with artists on the Venetian island of Murano.

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