Room for Love 1990 first appeared in Room for Love at the Store 5, Melbourne, in 1990. Room for Love is a standalone artwork. The artwork's medium includes pigmented wax on wood, acrylic on wood, ink pen on paper, measuring, overall, 80 x 300 x 300.
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|22/05/2005||Pitch Your Own Tent: Art Projects / Store 5 / 1st Floor, Monash University Museum of Art (cur. Max Delany), Melbourne|
|10/09/1999||Open House, Pestorius Sweeney House (cur. Ben Curnow), Brisbane|
|22/09/1996||The Pool, Centenary Pools (cur. David Pestorius), Brisbane|
|05/12/1995||Lovers, Heidi Museum of Modern Art (cur. Juliana Engberg), Melbourne|
|01/03/1990||Exsultate, Jubilate, Store 5 (cur. Angela Brennan and Elizabeth Newman on invitation by Gail Hastings), Melbourne|
|09/10/1990||Dis-location, RMIT Gallery (cur. Robert Owen), Melbourne|
|21/04/1990||Room for Love, Store 5 (cur. Gary Wilson), Melbourne|
Carolyn Barnes, ‘Dis-location’, in Robert Owen (ed.), Dis-location, exhibition catalogue, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne 1990, p.6.
Juliana Engberg, ‘Love Tokens’, Lovers, exhibition catalogue, Heidi Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne 1995.
Robyn McKenzie, ‘The Local Group: Store 5 1989–1993’, Pitch Your Own Tent: Art Projects / Store 5 / 1st Floor, exhibition catalogue, Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne 2005, pp.38–47.
Andrew McNamara, ‘Making space for the invisible architecture of the social’, Sculptural Situations: Gail Hastings, exhibition catalogue, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth 2008.