RMIT Bachelor of Arts Sculpture exhibition – catalogue cover and first page image. Great shot of (I think) Beau Emmett‘s wonderful colourful, cluttered workspace.

Another catalogue spread – I loved Rachael Duddington‘s jutting black and white lines and shapes

Sarah Deed‘s ‘Beingness’ is a collection of recognisable, yet faceless characters from popular culture. The pieces references what she terms the ‘culture of cuteness’, in which ‘we are drawn to the proportional formula of youth and symmetry’.

More grad shows…! This is the RMIT Bachelor of Arts Sculpture exhibition, which I actually spotted through the RMIT windows whilst taking a tram down Swanston st last week. Needless to say, I jumped off at the next stop and headed straight back up the road to check it out!

RMIT Bachelor of Arts Sculpture graduate exhibition
RMIT Building 37, Level 1
Cnr Swanston St & A’Beckett St
Melbourne (Enter from A’Beckett St)

Until Thursday November 20th

ALSO if this caught your eye, you may be interested in the RMIT Sculpture Honours exhibition, currently on show at Off The Kerb Gallery, 66b Johnston st Fitzroy until December 4th.

Marika Nilsen reconfigured various reclaimed materials, including a plot of soil which was carefully documented and transported from its original site to the exhibition space. A dialogue is created between the material’s original purpose and location, and the institution.

Kim Winton‘s delicate Shadow Boat acts as a symbol for a specific ‘psychological space’. The piece alludes to a sense of transience.

More of Sarah Deed‘s work, visible through the windows on Swanston st.