Eden Lennox x Connexions
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Faculty of Humanities
School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry
Connexions ran from 13 to 25 October 2020 at the Galerie Assemblages, Paris. The exhibition showcased six artist jewellers with diverse experiences of Australia. Reflected in their works are their ties to their cultures of origin, adoption and temporary passing.
Eden Lennox's practice is informed by how an individual’s relationship to culture and space is expressed. Her work examines the indexing of social space and the concomitant interrelationships of objects within society – considering the crossing-over, relocating and re-contextualising of materiality in adornment.
A short video of Eden Lennonx talkling about her work is available at https://www.connexions-exhibition.com/.
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