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HABITAT: Not Black and White is an edgy new installation of art by local artist Flossie Peitsch. She is a PhD in Visual Art, holding a MFA, BFA(HONS) from Melbourne. Peitsch’s career – internationally exhibiting multimedia, performance, and interdisciplinary art – has interests in social sculpture, facilitating the self-realization of being. HABITAT – whose 44 footed legs relate to the nearby ‘1,000 stepped walk commemorating the Kokoda Trail’ explores the global environment as a major site of exchange. The anomalous perspective may be that view as seen by a ‘lower’ creature, a dog perhaps, who as most people, know does not see colour. Peitsch has exhibited internationally in multimedia, performance, and in interdisciplinary art and has extensive academic history and qualifications. She has interests in social sculpture, recently facilitating the self-realization of being.
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