LAUREN DUNN BLOG
Lauren Dunn is a lens-based artist living in Melbourne and studying an undergraduate in fine art (Photography) at the Victorian College of Arts. Using various lens based mediums, through her practise Lauren looks to explore human behaviours specifically relating to the impact of desire in Australian contemporary culture.
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Geothermal rock lakes, Lake Taupo New Zealand, March 2014.
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Concrete on a Hasselbald, Hamer Hall Melbourne, June 2014.
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Full package from Lauren Dunn on Vimeo.

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Still from new video artwork, August 2014.
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Joe Miranda, Melbourne May 2014.
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Gentrification from Lauren Dunn on Vimeo.

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Still from new site specific video artwork Gentrification showing at the Gertrude Street Projection Festival from 18 - 27 July, dusk till midnight.
More info here
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Leah Landau for her new contemporary dance work showing at Melbourne Fringe 2014.
http://leahlandau.com.au/
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Jake Preval, Melbourne May 2014.
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Kitty and Aimee Howard for Sanja Pahoki’s Make a Fake class (Thomas Ruff), VCA, Melbourne April 2014.
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Tom Gittings in studio, Melbourne January 2014.
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My next show is Love/City, more info here. 

Set in the heart of Melbourne city, where city lights flood through the windows and traffic hums below, Love/City is an artist-run festival that is a study of love in the city. It contemplates love in all its possible forms, albeit romantic love, material love, or even fear as a derivative of love. Festivalgoer’s can order a drink from the serviced bar, eat some nibbles, and explore the picturesque building hosting an abundant of contemporary art that’s seeks to challenge, provoke and entertain. 
Twenty-seven artists (national and international) have collaborated and shared idea’s to create this one special night of performance, video, film, writing, projection, photography, installation, drawing, sound, and music, with happenings occurring throughout the night.
Entry: free
Time: 6pm-12am
Date: Wednesday the 19th of March
Location: Toot Fanute, Globe Alley (off little Burke Street)
Wheelchair access: Yes (Ask at the door)
Produced and curated by Arie Rain Glorie
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Video still from West Gate bridge video artwork.More here.