Gallery of something special

Splendeur dans l’herbe #1 2012
Splendeur dans l’herbe #1 2012

MUSEUM OF nothing SPECIAL is an exhibiton by Mullum-based Christine Willcocks currently on display at Lismore Regional Gallery. Christine investigates the nature of collecting through a series of prints, paintings and collected objects.

The exhibition also makes good use of irony. Presenting factual information, small follies and intentional falsities alongside one another, the artist pokes fun at our readiness to accept stories told in the museum context.

MUSEUM OF nothing SPECIAL runs till October 21.

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