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Vale Virginia Wilson 1966-2018

It’s with great sadness that I note the passing of a good friend, Virginia Wilson.

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New Work Friday #242

“Often fragile and beautiful with an old world aesthetic that bewitches the observer, Apeseven’s play on life and death is recognisable with his works having a comprehensive visual presence…”

‘The only certainty is transformation’: Emma Fielden’s changing states.

“The work […] expresses something deep and fundamental about the essential isolation of human existence.”

New York Postcard: Old Skool New School

An air of cynicism permeates everything …

New Work Friday #241

“You can’t swipe left on a painting.”

New Work Friday #240

“This body of work was made while traveling overseas, time felt like it was condensing, becoming arbitrary, barely a function to signal the difference between night and day, I had a feeling of being displaced, not knowing languages, unfamiliar locations, people…”

Forever Young: Three Chinese Artists in Manhattan

The famous koan, ‘one hand clapping’, says the Guggenheim, is a metaphor for how meaning is destabilised in a globalised world.

Imposed Inconvenience: Who’s Afraid of Public Art?

Public art ‘…uncomfortably presents us with our own specific place, our own subject position relative to other, often competing positions within the public space it inhabits.’

New York Postcard: Bad news… it’s the year 3018

Bad news… it’s the year 3018

The path from Dunkirk to Barcelona: a conversation with Sara Morawetz

On June 24 this year New York-based Australian artist, Sara Morawetz embarked on a 2000 kilometre walk through France and Spain for a performance titled étalon…