Monster Pop!

Exploring the monsters and the monstrous this summer, Monster Pop! brings together Australian and Indonesian artists to explore the monstrosities that manifest in cultures globally. Whilst teasing in its challenge and re-evaluation of cultural norms, that is the first and last of its similarities to the Pop Art phenomenon of the 1950s and ’60s. Focused in its reach, Monster Pop! reveals the eccentricities of popular culture in Australia and Indonesia in both daring and subversive ways. Spreading its tentacles to embrace a diverse range of artists and practices, Monster Pop! dares to excite, delight and even dismay.

Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory, NT
Until 14 February, 2016

Deborah Kelly, Sucka, 2007, printed vinyl inflatable, electric fan, email spam wallpaper,
Courtesy Bathurst Regional Art Gallery Collection

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