AUSTRALIA: ART OF LIVING

Updated: Nov 15, 2020



Tamica is a 20 year old from Brisbane, Australia. She is starting her day at the Gallery of Modern Art by taking a trip to the gallery’s garden.


At the gallery, Tamica points out her favourite piece of art – a blood red Chinese sculpture covered in detailed, intricate patterns. In the pictures on the next page, you can see Tamica posing by an art installation that doubles as a metallic optical illusion.


Tamica peruses the clocks at the gallery too. They are all set at different ticking speeds, signifying how the passage and function of time can change during different events around the world. She engages with the art by becoming a photographer herself, taking a photo of the artwork.


When not at galleries, Tamica likes to listen to upbeat music that used to be popular many years ago. She also takes time in the day for moments to reflect.


This was the story of Tamica by Priyata Pal.




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