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Saturday, 20 January 2018
Triennial at the NGV, Melbourne
There are lots of interactive activities for the kids in this room. Make a prison of pool noodles and bursting out of them was the favourite for Sylvia and Dash. There was also an activity to make a pattern of tiles and stick felt on the wall.
We walked through lots of rooms with interesting artwork such as Paulina Ołowska's paintings (the woman on the horse was stunning) and Neri Oxman's The Vespers Series with odd masks that reminded me of aliens in Dr Who. No photos taken as I was supervising and talking.
I highly recommend the Triennial as a place to visit if you are in Melbourne in the next few months. I would love to go back and am more likely to do so because it is free. It would be great to go through and look at some of the exhibits we missed or skimmed over and be able to enjoy a bit more of the issues as well as the fun.
St Kilda Road, Melbourne CBD
15 December 2017 to 15 April 2018
Entrance charge: free
Also check out "NGV Triennial: astounding blockbuster grips the heart ... and repels the nostrils:, The Guardian, 17 December 2017.