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Brook Andrew

Archives of the Invisible

By Ashley Rawlings

Employing a broad palette of aesthetics that range from the collages of the Dada movement to the hypnotic visuals of Op Art, an artist relates the histories of anonymous, forgotten peoples.

HOW DID OBAMA WIN OVER WHITE, BLUE-COLLAR LEVITTOWN?, 2009, screen print on handmade Japanese paper, 224 x 164 cm. All images in this article are courtesy Brook Andrew and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne.

“Leaders highlight the crisis-prevention role of an institution,” reads a newspaper headline, awkwardly pasted over the middle of a black-and-white…

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