2007 Arc Biennial

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Alasdair Macintyre, "Elevation" (2007) Polymer clay, polyurethane resin, wood, polystyrene, string, flocking, hobby grass, acrylic paint, foam core, acrylic plastic, rubber. 59 x 99 x 60cm. Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan + Strumpf Fine Art.
Alasdair Macintyre, "Elevation" (2007) Polymer clay, polyurethane resin, wood, polystyrene, string, flocking, hobby grass, acrylic paint, foam core, acrylic plastic, rubber. 59 x 99 x 60cm. Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan + Strumpf Fine Art.
Rebecca Ward, "Flatliners" (2007) plastic toys (police and firemen) and brass. Courtesy of 
the artist
Rebecca Ward, "Flatliners" (2007) plastic toys (police and firemen) and brass. Courtesy of the artist
Penny Byrne, "Shark Fin Soup 1" (2006) altered vintage porcelain figurine, retouching medium, powder pigment , epoxy resin. 18 x 15 x 14cm. Keating / Ip Collection, Sydney. Photo: Jeremy Dillon
Penny Byrne, "Shark Fin Soup 1" (2006) altered vintage porcelain figurine, retouching medium, powder pigment , epoxy resin. 18 x 15 x 14cm. Keating / Ip Collection, Sydney. Photo: Jeremy Dillon
Judy Watson, black out, from a black and white history of queensland according to the artist 1-10 (2007) hessian, appliqué, stitching and screenprinting. Courtesy of the artist and Bellas Milani Gallery. A Campbelltown Arts Centre commission.
Judy Watson, black out, from a black and white history of queensland according to the artist 1-10 (2007) hessian, appliqué, stitching and screenprinting. Courtesy of the artist and Bellas Milani Gallery. A Campbelltown Arts Centre commission.
George Wu, "Night Hawk Dress", Spring/Summer 07/08. Courtesy of George Wu. Photo: Israel Rivera.
George Wu, "Night Hawk Dress", Spring/Summer 07/08. Courtesy of George Wu. Photo: Israel Rivera.
<p><strong>6 October to 2 December</strong> <strong>2007</strong><br>The 2007 Arc Biennial exhibition titled &quot;To Be Confirmed&quot; presents an insight into contemporary Australian craft, design, fashion and visual art practice, with a focus on Queensland-based practitioners. Managed by Artworkers Alliance, the Arc Biennial also includes a three-day symposium celebrating Queensland art, craft, and design. The program features exhibitions, forums and lectures by internationally renowned artists, curators and writers.</p>
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