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  • V Di Stefano

Town Hall Gallery’s group exhibition Materiality focuses on the moments when materials play the lead in artistic processes, entangling in a web of connections and meanings and expanding on the notions of process, time and place.

Town Hall Gallery’s group exhibition Materiality focuses on the moments when materials play the lead in artistic processes, entangling in a web of connections and meanings and expanding on the notions of process, time and place.

The featured artists use materials and processes in different ways to imbue special meaning. Artists include John Brooks, Emma Peters, Nicholas Jones, Anna Farago and Vittoria Di Stefano.

Vittoria Di Stefano is a Melbourne based artist who employs temporal, marginal and contingent processes to investigate a range of mutable materials as a means to explore the alchemical and transformational properties of the sculptural object.

Melbourne based John Brooks’, work looks at forms created by rubbish and detritus along the Merri Creek and questions the boundary between natural and artificial by merging various materials, particularly 'real' and 'fake' versions of the same thing.

Spanning three gallery spaces, Town Hall Gallery features a diverse range of contemporary public pro- grams, curated exhibitions and exhibitions drawn from the Town Hall Gallery Collection, celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the City of Boroondara.

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