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Dionne Hooyberg


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Eye catching bits and pieces, pocketed on walks. Trophies are usually understood as something to be gained in victory or conquest and are symbolic of achievement. Dionne’s trophies are monuments to the small, found and often beautiful relics from her daily walks on the beach near her home. Shells, small bits of plastic, sea glass and other glimmering flotsam form a constellation of debris, held within the form of these multitude trophies.

Exhibition Artist Dionne Hooyberg

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    Wardandi Noongar boodja (Bunbury)

Dionne Hooyberg is an artist and community arts worker currently living and working on Wardandi/Whadjuk boodja (Bunbury). Dionne is a graduate of Curtin University (Bachelor Fine Arts 2015, Hons 2016) and has exhibited with PICA, Geraldton & Bunbury Regional Art Galleries, Cool Change & Smart Casual.

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