Rosslynd Piggott: Perfect/Sense

In the context of Melbourne art, Rosslynd Piggott could be linked to a significant movement of young artists who emerged in the 1980s. Her earlier works were figurative compositions which presented painterly/philosophical essays upon the nature of water, clouds and impermanence through surrealistic juxtapositions. This article follows her career from the early painting days through to her current concerns with mediums such as sculpture, installation and more recently performance.

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