January 07, 2017 1 min read




A few images we took during a recent trip to Australia, where we visited the Heide Museum of Modern Art in Melbourne to see Natasha Johns-Messenger's outstanding exhibition of installations, photographs and light-works.

Messenger's art"explores the gap between knowledge and perception. An important starting point for her work came from her discovering that the stars we see in the night sky may no longer exist. She tries to replicate this sense of wonder by creating spatial and viewing experiences that make us question what is real and what is not."- Heide Museum website.






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