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Featuring a series of eight large-scale collapsible paper sculptures inspired by the structure of honeycomb, the major solo exhibition Louise Paramor: Palace of the Republic has transformed NGV Australia into an immersive and surreal landscape of more than 100 colourful sculptures.

The paper works relate to a series of existing colourful plastic sculptures, a large number of which will also be on display in the exhibition. These plastic sculptures, which range in height from 20 centimetres through to three metres, highlight the past ten years of Paramor’s practice and are divided into five distinct sections that reflect her exuberant sense of play and experimentation with colour, volume and scale.

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