“Hope and horror as art and design converge” by Robert Nelson. Sydney Morning Herald, April 15, 2019.
“The original Lyon Housemuseum is based on a private collection with a sympathy for artworks that contemplate architecture in some way. The first exhibition in the new, public space next door maintains this interest. Sometimes, the works even argue with the building itself. An example is an installation by Ian Strange, where neon lights that run past the original Housemuseum figuratively skewer the front corner of the new space.“
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