Art Education Australia gallery
Queue Here Refugees
Children’s chairs upholstered in the flags of various countries have been used to symbolise issues of childhood and identity. The black and white set of chairs represent the loss of identity faced by many refugees when they leave their home country in search of a safer future. Artist: Margaret Baguley
Blue Lightbox Lit
The concept of home is often held in our imagination and attains a dream-like quality through remembering. The eyelets, which create the shape of the home, creates a bridge between this private/public space. Artist: Margaret Baguley
large frame woven perspex
“She like to see what was going on, and she said that in Australia most things happened on verandahs”. This quote resisted onto the wooden frame which encompasses floorboard sized Perspex strips creating a quintessential Queensland house explores notions of private/public spaces. Artist: Margaret Baguley
The symbol of a suitcase is used in this artwork to contrast the way regional country areas are perceived, with actual artefacts used in the country. This suitcase balances both views carrying both misconceptions and reality. Artist: Margaret Baguley
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