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Liane Rossler - inside. outside. upsidedown.
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Masters of Australian Photography - A Private collection
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Louise Hearman
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Liane Rossler - inside. outside. upsidedown.

18 August - 22 September 2018

Show exhibition essay

As our planet heads towards a population of 9 billion people by 2050, tripling over the last 50 years, we consider the spaces we inhabit and what we need in our lives. These pieces are designed to be used inside, outside and upside down. Twice as useful.

The works in this exhibition have been made in Sydney from Australian stoneware clay, and have been created in a direct process from earth to form expressing the natural qualities of the material. The works are stamped with a Makers Mark ‘8’ as a symbol of never ending happiness.

This exhibition has been offset with the Sweet Nature planting program and the Climate Friendly Tasmanian native forest project.

Until Saturday 22 September

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Pushmepullyou Family 2018

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Pushmepullyou Tall Vase 2018

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Pushmepullyou Vase 2018

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Inside Outside Dish 2018

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Pushmepullyou Juju Bowl 2018

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Inside Outside Bud Vase 2018

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Inside Outside Life Vase 2018

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Inside Outside Bowl 2018

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Inside Outside Vase 1 2018

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Inside Outside Vase 2 2018

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Inside Outside Vase 3 2018

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Inside Outside Dish 2018

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Pushmepullyou Black Rock 2018

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Pushmepullyou Ball Bowl 2018

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Pushmepullyou Pillar Vase 2018

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Pushmepullyou Tower Vase 2018

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Pushmepullyou Offering Dish 2018

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Pushmepullyou Curve Vase 2018

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Pushmepullyou 333 2018

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Pushmepullyou Oval Offering 2018

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Pushmepullyou Offering Bowl 2018

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Pushmepullyou Large Offering Bowl 2018

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Pushmepullyou Offering Dish 555 2018

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Pushmepullyou Offering 88 2018

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Pushmepullyou Willow Vase 2018

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Pushmepullyou Offering Dish 111 2018

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Pushmepullyou Rock 2018

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Pushmepullyou Offering 2018

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Inside Outside 222 2018

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Pushmepullyou Cocoon 2018

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Pushmepullyou 888 Vase 2018

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