Danielle Brustman is an award-winning interior designer whose work encompasses interior, furniture, lighting and object design. For Designwork 04 Brustman presented Chromatic Fantastic, a range of furniture, lighting and objects that acknowledge how good design can respond to human needs. Brustman's work reflects an understanding of spatial experience and how our environments impact on our experience of life. The exhibition included works that combine function and form with an emphasis on local production and thoughtful materials.
DANIELLE BRUSTMAN AT THE NGV
Danielle Brustman is included in NGV Triennial 2020, now on display at the National Gallery of Victoria. The NGV Triennial brings contemporary art, design and architecture into dialogue, offering a visually arresting and thought-provoking view of the world at this time.
Brustman's Chromatic Fantastic series was first exhibited at Sophie Gannon Gallery as part of Designwork 04 for the NGV's Melbourne Design Week 2020.⠀
NGV Triennial is on display until 18 April 2021.
Image: Installation view of Danielle Brustman’s Chromatic fantastic cabinet, 2020, and Chromatic fantastic wall light, 2020, on display in NGV Triennial 2020 from 19 December 2020 – 18 April 2021 presented alongside Brustman’s Coloured In, 2020, installation in Spectrum: An exploration of colour, 2020, at NGV International, Melbourne. © Danielle Brustman. Photo: Sean Fennessy
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