Pro Paradox at Design Tasmania combines number of artists and mediums

Pro paradox: A yellow throne follows use of wool, crystals, timber and other materials.

Pro paradox: A yellow throne follows use of wool, crystals, timber and other materials.

Pro Paradox is a fascinating combination of mediums and designs, pulling together contributions from a range of artists, musicians and designers into an exhibition described as an “imaginative wonderland”.

On display at Design Tasmania, the exhibition has been curated by American artist Kirsha Kaechele, working with Tasmanian artists to create an intricacy of design, video, theatrics and food – a wild combination snaking through several rooms in shades of colour, making use of space and different mediums.

Pro Paradox sees contributions from MONA, the Australian art Orchestra, Newstead College, Drysdale TasTAFE and Launceston Big Picture School combined to create an exhibition “celebrating growth and development”. The exhibition is open until March 28 during Design Tasmania gallery hours, corner of Tamar and Brisbane Streets.

Light and sound

Light and sound