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Big Yellow makes an impact at the Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane

Big Yellow makes an impact at the Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane

Updated 11 December 2012, 14:59 AEST

Big Yellow, the work of NZ artist Richard Maloy, is drawing a lot of interest and fuelling some good discussions about contemporary art at the Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane.

Isabelle Genoux finds out more about the work from the artist himself, and asks the gallery visitors for their reaction to this installation which as its name suggests, is very very big, and very very yellow.

Presenter:   Isabelle Genoux
Speaker:  Richard Maloy, artist
 
 
 
 
 

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