MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO

MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO's work can be seen now at the UNSW Galleries as part of A Working Model of the World. The exhibition, curated by Dr Lizzie Muller (UNSW Sydney) and Holly Williams (The Curators’ Department), explores the practical and philosophical role of models to experiment and illustrate. The exhibition will be open until 22 July, and then will travel to The New School, New York from September to December 2017.

You can read an essay by MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO about the role of models in her practice here.

 Maria Fernanda Cardoso,  Microfossil Pollen Found Here , 2014, nylon, sand, stone, glue, paint, 12 x 90.5 x 6 cm

Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Microfossil Pollen Found Here, 2014, nylon, sand, stone, glue, paint, 12 x 90.5 x 6 cm