The 5th anniversary of for you and your cus to mers in Australia is celebrated by its 61st art exhibition
Our team in Melbourne celebrated its 5th anniversary on 22 February 2023 with a vernissage, presenting Kate Mitchell’s works “All washed up”.
A colourful reflection of work and life is embodied within Kate Mitchell‘s latest artworks. These are exhibited at foryouandyourcustomers’ office in Melbourne on the occasion of its 5th anniversary in Australia.
Bernhard Mueller, Melbourne CEO, shared his perspective on the journey he started 5 years ago when launching foryouandyourcustomers in the Australian market. He noted that, “the team has grown into highly-skilled people who are passionate about helping their customers to better serve their own customers.”
Looking ahead, he also added that, “with Sydney now expanding into eCommerce, we now have an end-to-end package we can bring to market so I’m really excited about what the next 5 years will bring.”
“Kate is really very well regarded in the industry so it’s fantastic to have her though-provoking artwork in our Melbourne office for our team to be inspired by.”
“There was a great attendance for the exhibition with lots of interaction with the art and discussion with Kate. The neon pieces got people smiling while the videos provoked thought and reflection.” Founder of foryouandyourcustomers, Jonathan Moeller, was thrilled to have Kate share her work in our office as he explained how, “Kate is really very well regarded in the industry so it’s fantastic to have her though-provoking artwork in our Melbourne office for our team to be inspired by.”
The curator of the exhibition is Mark Feary, artistic director at Gertrude. He said “All Washed Up is a presentation of newly commissioned and recent works by Sydney–born, Sunshine Coast–based artist Kate Mitchell.
Working across video, performance, sculpture and drawing, the artist infuses a sense of surreal and often absurdist humour into her reflections on contemporary life, its pressures and responsibilities. All Washed Up centres focus on the inevitability of work, ruminating on ideas and deflections of purpose, motivation and agency of choice. Conceived in response to the office environment, Mitchell ponderously unpacks notions of time and labour to elaborate questions of existentialist meaning and value in a manner that holds universal gravitas. With wit and whimsy, Mitchell creates an environment that joyously enlivens the shared office environment, while plotting pathways for escape from it.
All Washed Up will be displayed in our office until the end of the year and we invite you all to come along and appreciate Kate’s artwork. We will make sure someone is around to welcome you and guide you through the office to get the best experience. Just reach out to Kunal Lohia to arrange a visit or check out this video to understand more about what we do in Australia.
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