The False Walls group exhibition at Perth’s Pet Projects is opening November 6 and running to November 20.
The show features work by Liam Colgan, Tanya Lee, Quintessa Matranga and Kimmo Modig to explore social convention and collaboration from a distance through a lens of boundary, defence mechanism and personal space. During the de-install of the show there will be a text released by co-creator of Pet Projects, Andrew Varano.
Pet Projects is run by Dan Bourke, Gemma Weston and Varano and is located in an industrial area outside of the Western Australian capital’s city centre, regulating a series of events and happenings.
See the Pet Projects website for details.**
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