Mark Hilton's dontworry documents the making of the Melbourne artist's major commission forMelbourne Now at the National Gallery of Victoria. The book and includes essays by Dr Chris McAuliffe, Jarrod Rawlins, Amita Kirpalani andMaria Tumarkin. The details of the relief sculpture documented in the book serve as aesthetic signifiers of suburban trauma, paranoia, racism, molestation and addiction, dealing in both the traditional language of the relief and the darker details of contemporary life. Thanks to the Michael Buxton Collection.
131 pages, 28.5 x 22 cm, hardcover, Michael Buxton Collection (Melbourne).