Recently I, along with half of Melbourne, went to see Escher X nendo: Between Two Worlds at the National Gallery of Victoria. Where nendo is the Japanese design studio responsible for the ground-breaking exhibition design and Escher is Escher.
Having long been a fan of Escher’s work, I was excited to see it up close, but one of the things that struck me — even more than how brilliant the exhibition was — was the conversations I overheard.
They were quite different from the conversations I usually hear at art galleries. At almost every picture I got close to, people…
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