LO-FI Collective’s artists encouraged to push the boundaries

Published:  December 14, 2010
LO-FI Collective’s artists encouraged to push the boundaries

LO-FI Collective’s curator, Marty Routledge, has had a eventful 2010 – if the number of exhibitions he’s recently curated is anything to go by. LO-FI Collective, operating as part gallery, part studio, has showcased a huge array of local and international artists, designers and photographers in its Darlinghurst gallery. Highlights for 2010 include the exhibitions Numskull – The Weird Machine, Paste Modernism 2 and GO FONT UR SELF.

Official print sponsor, Roland DG Australia has provided support to the initiative, and recently held a demonstration for LO-FI’s artists to view the range of print techniques which can be utilised to enhance their art.

According to Anthony McCausland, marketing communications and graphic designer at Roland DG, “The LO-FI Collective was a fantastic project to be involved with and Roland has produced some amazing prints over the last few months. The spectacular artwork that came through the LO-FI Collective enabled Roland to push new boundaries for eco-solvent printing for fine art and photography.”

Look out for LO-FI Collective’s last show of the year a series of new work from grafitti artist, Sofles entitled’ ‘Ladies of Letterform’.

Check out Desktop’s December/January issue for an interview with Marty Routledge.

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