It’s big, it’s bold, it’s brilliant and it’s already garnering interest from around the world.  It’s the biggest exhibition ever staged by the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne with over 300 artists participating in this cross-disciplinary project covering contemporary art, architecture, design and performance art.

Assault your senses with works to stimulate your sight, sound and touch. Trust us, you won’t be short of conversation starters. ‘Melbourne Now’ runs now till 23rd March 2014.

Our five must see things:

1.The One Stop Knock-Off Shop – by Anastasia Klose
2. Aetheric Plexus (Broken X) –  by Marco Fusinato
3.Disco Room – by Darren Sylvester
4.Poly Forms – by Emma Davies
5. Before The After – by Lucy Irvine

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Marco FUSINATO Aetheric plexus (Broken X) 2013 | Alloy tubing, lights, double couplers, Lanbox LCM DMX controller, dimmer rack, DMX MP3 player, powered speaker, sensor, extension leads, shot bags 880.0 x 410.0 x 230.0 cm | Collection of the artist. Supported by Joan Clemenger and Peter Clemenger AM © Marco Fusinato, courtesy Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne and Sydney.

Anastasia Klose, One stop knock-off shop (Marcel Dachump) 2013 © Anastasia Klose: courtesy Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne | PHOTO Vanessa David
Anastasia Klose, One stop knock-off shop (Marcel Dachump) 2013 © Anastasia Klose: courtesy Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne | PHOTO Vanessa David. 

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Darren SYLVESTER, For you 2013 Based on Yves Saint Laurent Les Essentials rouge pur couture, La laque couture and Rouge pur couture range revolution lipsticks, Marrakesh sunset palette, Palette city drive, Ombres 5 lumiéres, Pure chromatic eye shadows and Blush radiance | Olluminated dance floor, sound system 605.0 x 1500.0 x 1980.0 cm | Supported by VicHealth; assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. 

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