The Industrial Landscape

The Industrial Landscape, group exhibition

The term landscape is often associated with the environment, bringing to mind images of the countryside however we live in an industrial age and industrial has developed its own landscape.

Art Exhibition previously on in Fitzroy-Collingwood precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Thursday 12 February 2009 to Saturday 28 February 2009
Launch Wednesday 11 February 2009, From 6 - 8pm

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Published by anonymous on Tuesday 10 February 2009.
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The term landscape is often associated with the rural environment. But what of the industrial landscape? Does it mimic our notional of the word ‘landscape’ displaying similarities in topography, panorama, and cycles of change?

A selection of Melbourne photographers share a sample of their work representing an interpretation of the Industrial Landscape. Providing images juxtapositing nature and man-made, old and new, remnants of the Industrial Age as objects of beauty, and a mediation of colour, shape, form and texture.

Artists include: Antara Mascarenhas, Len Currie, Lloyd Shield, Michael Prior, Rohan Young, Stuart Murdoch, Trish Moran and Wendy Currie


34 Dight Street, Collingwood VIC 3066
Viewing hours Thu – Sat 12 – 5pm