In 2014, I curated the successful “Wildhide Exhibition” at Rtist Gallery in Prahran, showcasing a unique collection of large-scale Nguni cow hides imported from South Africa. These striking hides resembled abstract artworks, demonstrating what  have always said, that Mother Nature is the best designer..

To display these heavy hides as art pieces, I developed a powerful magnet system with the help of the National Gallery of Victoria. The innovative display technique resulted in a sell-out show and widespread acclaim for its creative curation.

The exhibition also served a philanthropic purpose—all proceeds supported the local Zulu community in South Africa, making a positive impact beyond the gallery walls.

Special thanks to my good friend, Mark Norton for his support, RIP.