untitled (with kitten) 1989 first appeared in Suzannah Barta, Sandra Bridie, Lyndell Brown, Gail Hastings at the Store 5, Melbourne, in 1989. untitled (with kitten) is a standalone artwork. The artwork's medium includes acrylic paint on MDF, 35 mm slide viewer, 35 mm colour slide, measuring, overall, 250 x 150 x 100 cm.
|07/07/2000||Gail Hastings: Sculptural Situation 1989–2000, Goddard de Fiddes (cur. David Pistorius), Perth|
|29/09/1998||The Infinite Space: Women, Minimalism and the Sculptural Object, The Ian Potter Museum of Art (cur. Rachel Kent), Melbourne|
|30/07/1992||work by Gail Hastings, Mathew Jones, Anne McDonald, Scott Redford, Black (cur. Mikala Dwyer), Sydney|
|12/08/1989||Suzannah Barta, Sandra Bridie, Lyndell Brown, Gail Hastings, Store 5 (cur. Gail Hastings), Melbourne|
Anna Clabburn, ‘When less is much’, The Age, Wednesday 9 Dec 1998, p.17.
Rachel Kent, ‘Minimalism: past and present’, in Rachel Kent (ed.), The Infinite Space: Women, Minimalism and the Sculptural Object, exhibition catalogue, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne 1998.