Sprocket's stands featured at NGV in Melbourne Now Exhibition

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25 March 2014
Sprocket's stands featured at NGV in Melbourne Now Exhibition
"Melbourne Now" looks at how this city is significantly shaped by artists, designers and architects.

Sprocket Launchpad iPad stands are currently featured at the National Gallery of Victoria’s "Melbourne Now" exhibition. The Sprocket Stands fulfil two functions in the show: they help deliver information about the show through the show app and stand within the artwork as exhibits in themselves.

"Melbourne Now" looks at how this city is significantly shaped by the artists, designers and architects who live and work in this city. The Exhibition showcases contemporary works across a broad range of media and art forms, including design, architecture and dance, recognising these forms as integral parts of the city’s creative mix and legitimate participants in a contemporary gallery.

Max Delany, Senior Curator Contemporary Art, NGV said that the exhibition will be an immersive, inclusive and participatory exhibition experience, providing a rich and compelling insight into Melbourne’s art, design and cultural practice at this moment.

Sprocket is proud to be associated with this important exhibition.

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