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Format for in-text citation
In-text citation example
experiments such as this led to the development of Ascension 1 (Angels) (Gartside 2019),…
This dynamic is evident in works such as How I Will Change (2018) and...
Format in reference list
Elements, punctuation & capitalisation
Artist (Surname, Given name). Year. Title of image. Medium, dimensions of work. Studio/ Gallery/ Museum, City.
Reference list example
Gartside, Hannah. 2019. Ascension 1 (Angels). Found nighties, millinery wire, thread, steel, paint, 2.5 x 3 x 3m. The Stables, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne.
Just, Kate. 2018. How I Will Change. Installation of neon texts, wall paint, dimensions variable. Project Space, RMIT, Melbourne.
Style notes for this reference type
- Titles of artworks are italicised and in headline style. See Manual 3:22
- You should include as much information about the medium and dimensions as you can find. See Manual 3.22 and 3.27
- "City" refers to the city in which the museum/gallery/collection is located. Private collections do not need a location.
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