Monuments to the everyday

Thursday 10 May – Sunday 15 July

The exhibition features the work of three contemporary Australian artists who deconstruct the objects, imagery and slogans of popular culture and consumerism.

These thoughtful, playful and at times humorous artworks reference many of our everyday behaviours and encounters, reminding us of the seemingly silent, yet powerful influence of consumerism on our day to day life.

Carly Fischer, Kenny Pittock and Nathan Taylor and all highlight different ways that the consumption of products might relate to the creation of ourselves.

Exhibition activities

Everyday drawing with artist Kenny Pittock

Everyday drawing

10am to 12pm, Thursday 5 July

Why post a photo of your family or friends onto Facebook when you could draw them and then post your drawing instead?

This activity is open to children over 12 and all abilities, come by Realm and learn some fun tips and tricks on drawing with Monuments to the Everyday artist Kenny Pittock.

Cost: $5

Book online or for further information phone 9298 4553.

Creative monuments

Creative monuments

10am to 11.30am, Tuesday 10 July

Let your imagination go wild in this school holiday workshop. Build structures, hanging mobiles and other fantastic creations from recycled materials at Realm. As part of the ArtSpace exhibition, Monuments to the Everyday, we invite kids to join this special workshop with artist Chaco Kato.

Cost: $5

Book online or for further information phone 9298 4553. 

ArtSpace at Realm

Ringwood Town Square (opposite Ringwood Railway Station)
179 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood 3134