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Ruth Fleishman

Ruth Fleishman works with a range of materials. Her focus at present is on digital print and installation working with reclaimed and reinterpreted objects.Her digital work looks to the way societies construct a sense of place and belonging. These concepts stem from her interest in impermanence transience and dislocation of the migrant experience and how they mould identity and relationships to land and home. Ruth has worked extensively on art with children. This lead to programs that facilitated new media program's for children. She has worked in commercial environments as a web designer, graphic designer, illustrator and as a navigational architecture consultant. , Ruth has lecturedat RMIT tafe, in the Fine Art and Digital streams at Monash University (Gippsland Centre for Art and Design), Deakin University (School of Communication and Creative Arts and MIBT) and Victoria University (Art, Design, and Multimedia Department).

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