Kerry Smith Homeland Security 2006-12 furniture and utilitarian objects, wool, blanket fabric installation view. Photo by David Lawrey

6 March – 5 April 2012 Vivienne Binns, Bonita Bub, Debra Dawes, Lynne Eastaway, Lesley Giovanelli, Elizabeth Gower, Lorna Grear, Lisa Jones, Elizabeth Pulie, Nike Savvas, Gemma Smith, Kerry Smith, Samantha Whittingham

The Baker’s Dozen celebrated new directions in geometric abstraction and spatial relationships by some of Australia’s most dynamic artists. Through confident and colourful works, considerations of movements such as Neo Geo and Formalism give way to underlying intuitive processes and the pleasure of artmaking.

Drawing on the domestic vernacular for the arrangement of the works, curator Lorna Grear created an inviting space for exploring ideas of social, political and cultural exchange embedded within the works.

Featuring painting, collage, sculpture and installation by twelve established and emerging artists—with one more thrown in for good measure.

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Take a look at images of the workshops led by artist Bonita Bub and UTS ART Education

UTS Gallery installation shots and catalogue