Dancing Neon Goddesses

Lillian McLean

Dancing Neon Goddesses
Site Number: 13
Site Location: Atherton Gardens Precinct
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These childlike figures are dancing, laughing symbols of simple bliss. Inspired by the ‘Venus of Willendorf’ and other ancient Goddess forms, Matisse’s dancers and Kieth Hering.

This new symbol is a representation of Gertrude Streets future, simply with joy in mind. These dancers embody how Fitzroy is a safe space for creatives. They are bright, visible and accessible. I want people to smile and enjoy my silly dancing Neon Goddesses.

Lillian McLean

Exhibiting artist, illustrator, and art student at RMIT. Graphics contributor and cartoonist for Farrago and Discord magazine. Employs the use of print and digital media, drawing, collage, sculpture and installation. Influenced by feminism, surrealism, and humour.

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