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Seventeenth century art's tendency to portray women in domestic settings is turned on its head by young artist Kawita Vatanajyankur in her new video exhibition, Tools. See domesic objects and women confront each other in an exploration of women today, their strengths and insecurities.

By Phillipa Rust   |  

Kawita Vatanajyankur: Tools details

Lvl 1
30 Guildford Ln, Melbourne 3000

Telephone 03 9670 4443

Date 01 Mar 2013-16 Mar 2013

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