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Brief Published: 20 Mar 2012



The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Australia recently hosted Fluorescence, a celebration of ultra-bright colour, in its studio space.

Fluorescence Studio, a Melbourne-based collective of artists and designers who share an enthusiasm for vibrant colour, were invited to use the gallery’s studio space to show the creative potential of a palette of solely fluorescent hues. Working in paint, textiles, paper and coloured sand, the group presented an exhibition at the end of the residency, showing works which are documented on its Tumblr blog.

Fluorescence ran from February 11 – March 8 2012.

National Gallery of Victoria
Fluorescence Studio Tumblr

Art & Design