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  • DNA Deadly Nui Art

    Blak Dot Gallery is exploring the concept of DNA as a hereditary self-replicating material which is present in nearly all living organisms. Deadly Nui Art is a group exhibition where artists are called to respond to their own DNA [Deadly Nui Art] through multimedia, installation, photography, performance, and works on paper. DNA – Deadly Nui Art is part of Melbourne Fringe Festival.

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    Jasmine Togo-Brisby, Lily Aitui Laita, Mariaa Randall, Damien Shen, Frances Tapueluelu, Tony Tia, Chanel Winarti

     

    16 September – 5 October

     

    Blakdot Gallery. Melbourne, Australia

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