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Three image from Plunder at DCA. The first is a television screen showing an explosion. The second is a mural made out of LP records, with crying eyes in the middle. The third is an abstract painting with the word 'Bacon' written on it.


Various artists

12 November 2003 - 11 January 2004

Artists: Fiona Banner, Pierre Bismuth, Candice Breitz, Roderick Buchanan, Edward Burra, Melanie Carvalho, Claude Closky, Factory of Found Clothes, Douglas Gordon, Hannah Höch, Pierre Huyghe, Katarzyna Jósefowicz, Gunilla Klingberg, Jakob Kolding, Jim Lambie, Sarah Lucas, John Maclean, Michael Mallett, Christian Marclay, Rivane Neuenschwander, João Onofre, Gabriel Orozco, Eduardo Paolozzi, Paul Pfeiffer, Jamie Reid, Pia Rönicke, Eva Rothschild, Peter Saville, Kurt Schwitters, Linder Sterling, Fred Tomaselli, Cathy Wilkes, Michael Wilkinson

With an international line up of over 30 artists, this major exhibition takes a fresh look at collage. Works included in the exhibition all use existent material, from plane tickets, posters and magazines, to films and TV. Familiar products of our culture appear, cut from their original source and reused, reshaped and redefined in exciting new works.

Curator Talk | Plunder

Exhibition images

From Plunder at DCA. An artwork has abstract lines of black paint on it. In faded ink, are the words 'Francis Bacon'.
A mural from Plunder at DCA Galleries. LP record with. photographs of eyes in the middle of them. Long streams of thread emerge from the eyes.
Jute Cafe Bar during Plunder at DCA Galleries. A televisions screen shows a fiery sky and an explosion.