Antonia Sellbach, 'Unstable Object #32', Grid Painting, 2016 acrylic paint 150 x 150 cm Courtesy of the artist Photograph courtesy of Stephanie Bradford.


Melbourne Modern: European Art & Design at RMIT since 1945 | Artists’ Talk

9 Aug 12:30pm -
9 Aug 1:30pm

344 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC


Dr. Jane Eckett and Harriet Edquist

Two graduates of the RMIT sculpture program, Antonia Sellbach and Fleur Summers, discuss their respective artistic practices. Both employ concepts of play and audience interaction in their work, and both interrogate earlier modernist models of art as an agent of social change.

About the Speakers

Antonia Sellbach is a Melbourne based artist, whose work explores abstraction in relation to thought, sensation, language and serial decision-making. An RMIT alumni, Antonia is also the daughter of émigré artist Udo Sellbach.

Fleur Summers is lecturer in sculpture at the School of Art, RMIT. She focuses on teaching developmental working processes with reference to spatial practice.



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