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Tully Arnot Biography

Tully Arnot’s practice uses the debris and detritus of our contemporary existence, the manufactured bits and bobs that constantly surround us, as the material from which to create absurdist sculptures and installations that offer a wry critique of the way in which we interact with each other and with technology on a daily basis.

Tully Arnot In Related Press

Art Month Sydney 2015: top picks Related Press Art Month Sydney 2015: top picks 11 March 2015, The Guardian

What place does painting have in contemporary art? Slip Slop Slap sees artists and critics tackle the topic at King Street Gallery on William (11 March). Shows asking the same question include Paintingontopofitself at MOP Projects (4–29 March), Simon Fieldhouse at Australian galleries (3–22 March) and Mitch Cairns at the Commercial...

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