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Mikala Dwyer and David Noonan included in the 2020 Adelaide Biennial: Monster Theatres

February 1, 2020

Buxton Contemporary collection artists Mikala Dwyer and David Noonan will both be included in the upcoming 2020 Adelaide Biennial Monster Theatres.

In 2020, the Adelaide Biennial will celebrate a 30-year milestone as the nation’s longest-running curated survey of contemporary Australian art. Curated by Leigh Robb, Monster Theatres brings together artists that interrogate the double narrative of ‘monsters’ and ‘theatre’, questioning our relationships with both the environment and technology. The exhibition will run from 29 February – 8 June  2020.

For more information please visit the AGSA website.

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Image: Mikala Dwyer, Square Cloud Compound, Museum of Contemporary Art, 2015. Image courtesy MCA.

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