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RMIT Gallery, Building 16, Storey Hall

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20 Jul 2018

12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

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New Zealand artist Ronnie van Hout's art has been called a 'master of slapstick existentialism', with references to sci-fi and horror. Hear van Hout discuss his work as part of RMIT Gallery's My Monster: The human animal hybrid. Van Hout's art shocks, bewilders, unnerves and amuses. With references to sci-fi and horror, cults and conspiracy, now is your chance to hear van Hout.

Join us as Melbourne-based New Zealand artist, Ronnie van Hout, discusses his inspirations, practice and the monstrous as part of RMIT Gallery's My Monster: The human animal hybrid, with cinema historian, Barbara Creed opening the discussion.

Van Hout's art shocks, bewilders, unnerves and amuses. With references to sci-fi and horror, cults and conspiracy, now is your chance to hear van Hout.

Image: Ronnie van Hout, Sick Chimp, 2002.