Bob Munro

Bob Munro spends much of his free time prowling around the Federation Square Atrium and surrounds with his camera exploring every nook and cranny of this wonderful steel, glass, zinc and sandstone abstraction has become a familiar haunt to him.

Art Exhibition previously on at No Vacancy Gallery in Victoria, Australia.
From Tuesday 03 November 2015 to Sunday 22 November 2015
Launch Thursday 05 November 2015, 6PM

Bob Munro - Tectonic Poetry image

Published by No Vacancy on Sunday 01 November 2015.
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The structural steel webbing, the colour and form of the cladding, the wonderful reflective & filtering properties of the glass walls, the changing light at different times of day and different seasons, all these aspects coalesce to create something almost magical in his mind.

Tectonic Poetry is a photographic response to the Atrium. The exhibition — named after a term Munro found in “Urbanity & Federation”, an article by Dr. Gevork Hartoonian — is a self-imposed challenge to capture and share that visual poetry as he sees it; a challenge which exercised his imagination and compositional skills.


No Vacancy Gallery Project Space
Tenancy 32, The Atrium,
Federation Square,
Melbourne 3000