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Endangered + Extinct

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Endangered + Extinct by Natalie Rosin is an exhibition exploring, through ceramic sculptures, the form and design of various buildings within Australia.

These places are either under threat of demolition or no longer physically exist due to human intervention. Though varied in architectural style, period, function and location, all have in common the desire for individuals and groups to maintain its existence or lament its loss.

The exhibition aim is not to demonise certain parties involved in the demise of an architectural structure, but rather to explore why certain buildings generate so much love, controversy, social support, and interest.

20 May – 7 July 2021, Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 4 pm
Closed Sundays & Mondays.

We are following the NSW Health COVID-19 Safety Industry Guidelines for museums and galleries to keep our guests and staff safe.

Image: Natalie Rosin, Greenmount Beach Hotel. Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Image: Natalie Rosin, Sydney Entertainment Centre. Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Image: Natalie Rosin, Pyrmont Incinerator. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

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