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Dean Cross, Reusable mask (2020)


  • For sales please email info@busprojects.org.au

In collaboration with SisterWorks, Bus Projects has created a series of wearable art masks.

Five individual designs have been created by artists Aaron Christopher Rees, Alice Wormald, Dean Cross, Rudi Williams, and Shannon Lyons.

Produced by sisters with Sisterworks, each reusable mask is reversible, comfortable and breathable, with two layers of 100% cotton fabric to protect your skin, ear/head elastics can be adjusted by tying a knot in each end to achieve your preferred length. Comfortable design to fit any face. These face masks are not a medical device, but may serve as a protective barrier for various daily and occasional activities.

Please note our masks come in a standard sizes but may vary due to being handmade. Each mask design is unique with variation in pattern. Available in sizes Small and Large.

  • We have taken due care in the creation of these masks, but advise to please wash your mask before wearing.

  • For sales please email info@busprojects.org.au

SisterWorks is a not-for-profit social enterprise, based in Melbourne. Through work and entrepreneurship, SisterWorks’ mission is to support women who are refugees, asylum seekers or migrants so they can improve their confidence, mental wellbeing, sense of belonging and economic outlook. Their vision is an Australia where all migrant women are given the opportunities to become economically empowered.

Dean Cross was born and raised on Ngunnawal/Ngambri Country and is of Worimi descent. He is a trans-disciplinary artist primarily working across installation, sculpture and photography. His career began in contemporary dance, performing and choreographing nationally and internationally for over a decade with Australia’s leading dance companies. Following that Dean re-trained as a visual artist, gaining his Bachelor’s Degree from Sydney College of the Arts, and his First Class Honours from the ANU School of Art and Design.