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Mikala Dwyer’s idiosyncratic, personal spaces

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“Mikala’s practice is predominantly installation-based, in which she creates spaces within the conventional architecture of the gallery, using materials that have a strong association with the body. Her interest in working within and against architecture is a reaction to the imperatives of ‘good design’ – Scandinavian modernism in particular. Her installations and sculptures are experimental and experiential architectures that play with the permeable and changeable nature of objects and our relationship with them. Her materials – plastic, fabric, plywood, plants and sound – are selected for their qualities of materiality or immateriality, and display an intentional lack of finish.” www.mca.com.au/artists-works/artists/mikala-dwyer/


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