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Dan Wollmering


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Dan Wollmering, BA (St John's Mn.) MA (RMIT) PhD (Deakin)

Dan Wollmering was born in St Paul, Minnesota and immigrated to Australia in 1975. He has held diverse teaching/lecturing and administrative positions in 3-D art education in Victorian Secondary Schools, State Techers College , TAFE and Institutees of Advance Education. He has held 25 solo exhibitions and participated in over 40 group shows, with sculptures in corporate, private and public collections. Wollmering's research focuses on the 'condition of the abstract' and is 'site referential', relating to public commissions undertaken in Australia and overseas. His practice- through residencies, symposia, conference presentations and exhibitions - has taken him to Canada, China, Egypt, France, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand and the USA. In 2008, he won the Contempora Sculpture Award for a sculpture referencing the tenth anniversary of the Waterfront Dispute. Wollmering is Senior Lecturer and Studio Coordinator of Sculpture at Monash University and works from a studio in Brunswick West, Melbourne. He is represented by Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne and BMGArt, Adelaide.

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photo: Max Loudon

Furthermore, 35 x 14 x 9 cm cast aluminium
photo: Max Loudon

(left) Squeezing Charoite, 211 x 47 x 30 cm & (right) Silencing the Dervish 162 x 66 x 27 cm plywood and various timbers
photo: Max Loudon

Flux, 52 x 24 x 15 cm cast bronze
photo: Max Loudon

Elusive Echo, 47 x 25 x 11 cm cast bronze
photo: Max Loudon

Central Pepper, 22 x 29 x 9 cm cast aluminium
photo: Max Loudon

Quiet Time, maquette (short-listed) for La Trobe Valley Community Health Centre, Morwell, Victoria
photo: Max Loudon

Transit Zone, maquette (short-listed) for Victorian Street Tram Interchange, Melbourne
photo: Max Loudon

Chow Kit, 22 x 26 x 12 cm cast bronze
photo: Max Loudon

Night Voices, 36 x 14 x 10 cm cast bronze
photo: Max Loudon