Despite the social distance caused by the pandemic, people are still willing to communicate in more ways than one.
An exhibition, Material Girl: All that Shine, kicked off in Sydney on April 6.
Claimed as a dialogue between Chinese and Australian women artists, the event was organized in joint by the China Cultural Center in Sydney and Art Nova 100.
The curator was Nicholas Tsoutas, the former Artistic Director of Casula Powerhouse.
Six Chinese female artists and their five Australian counterparts saw their works displayed at the show. They put their artistic thinking into various materials such as ceramics, wood and fabric, to express women artists’ life, attitudes and understandings of the contemporary society.
It will run until May 27.