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Through the immersive exhibition 'Pattern Bandits', Los Angeles-based Australian artist Jemima Wyman shares with young visitors her interests in the relationships between pattern, people and architecture. Children can enter the brightly coloured and highly patterned world of the artist and explore different patterns, from kaleidoscopes, tessellations, camouflage and harlequin, with specially designed hands-on and multimedia and activities. Watch the artist talk more about the activities in the exhibition.
'Pattern Bandits' explores the way patterns can express who we are, where we live, and transform our view of the world.
Jemima Wyman is the sixth Australian artist to collaborate with QAGOMA's Children's Art Centre on a major interactive exhibition, joining previous artists Gordon Hookey, Fiona Hall, Pip & Pop, Callum Morton and Anne Wallace.