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Hakk – Installation by Gunjan Aylawadi


Sat 11 Nov 2017, 12:00am–12:00am
Sun 12 Nov 2017, 12:00am–12:00am
Mon 13 Nov 2017, 12:00am–12:00am
Tue 14 Nov 2017, 12:00am–12:00am
Wed 15 Nov 2017, 12:00am–12:00am

Where: Australian Design Centre, 101–115 William Street, Darlinghurst, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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Listed by: hellom9x

Object Space is a newly created window gallery located at the offices of the Australian Design Centre. The exhibition space has direct street frontage and is accessible to view 24/7 from Friday 6 October 2017. The inaugural Object Space exhibition will feature the work of talented paper artist Gunjan Aylawadi.

Sydney-based paper artist Gunjan Aylawadi presents Hakk, a large-scale, intricate paper installation. Gunjan draws her inspiration for this work from the patterns she grew up with in New Delhi, which repeat themselves in the city’s temples and mosques, in old architecture and in contemporary design. The work proposes a place where faith, culture and individual identities meet. Gunjan believes that many identities in India co-exist much as threads in a tapestry, where some differences are so striking and other boundaries so blurred that it is difficult to pinpoint where one faith and culture begins and another ends. Hakk means ‘to weave’ in Arabic and the installation is made with thousands of paper strips, cut and curled into paper ropes and glued onto hand-drawn patterns.

Opening night will be on 6th October 6–8pm.

Australian Design Centre

Image credit: Hakk, 2015 by Gunjan Aylawadi. Curled paper strips on card. Photo by Hollie Paterson. Courtesy Australian Design Centre.