Varuni Kanagasundaram — The Vivid Vernacular Cosmopolitans
24 January–11 February
Dispersion of people from their homeland and separation from their cultural connections brings a rich narrative that takes into account the journey and the experience of the migrant. This exhibition comprises the practical component of Varuni Kanagasundaram’s PhD research at the School of Art, RMIT University. The ceramic installation captures the convergence of cultural traditions of women from the Indian subcontinent, and the landscape of those that inhabit boundaries of traditions as markings of textile and vivid pigments in clay.
Fabric of Self 2016
Ceramic (Porcelain paper clay, textile, slip, stain, glaze)
40 x 35 x 38 cm
Courtesy of the artist
Artist’s floor talk
Friday 2 February at 12.30pm
Varuni Kanagasundaram will discuss her ceramics practice and the themes of migration and cultural identity addressed in this exhibition.
Monday to Friday, 10am–5pm.
Closed public holidays.
The Gallery is wheelchair accessible.
There is also accessible parking in the car park.
Public transport: tram route 64, bus route 623
Glen Eira City Council Gallery, Corner Glen Eira and Hawthorn Roads, Caulfield 3162 View Map