Mem Capp

Mem Capp is a Melbourne artist and writer.

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Exhibition review: Toys, Tales and Tenacity, Shrine of Remembrance

An exhibition that provides an insight into the impact and experience of war on children.

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Exhibition review: Thin Skin, Monash University Museum of Art

Over 30 artists explore various liminal states of being.

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Exhibition review: CHAGALL, Jewish Museum of Australia

A dreamscape exhibition that includes illustrated poetry and lithographs.

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Exhibition review: Making the Metro Tunnel, Domain House

Artworks that explore Melbourne's ongoing Metro Tunnel project.

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Exhibition review: Archiving the Ephemeral, Abbotsford Convent

Five major works honouring the role of Australian artists in society.

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Exhibition review: The Body is More Than This, Midsumma Festival

An interrogation into and celebration of gender diverse bodies.

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Performance review: Tours De Force: Live, Shrine of Remembrance

An evening in which entertainers who've worked in war zones shared their stories.

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Performance review: Body Crysis

A performance work incorporating dance, motion capture and CG animation.

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Exhibition review: Helen Johnson and Judy Watson

Two artists in conversation about colonial archives, reclaiming female experiences and the threads of (dis)connection.

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Installation review: Tyama

An immersive, multi-sensory experience that's grounded in First Peoples' knowledge of the natural world.

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