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Transformations through time: Paul White’s iconic realities

“My process became a meditation not only on the image but also personally; a way of dealing with, slowing down and processing the world around me.”

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Louise Zhang: Hungry Ghosts

“Art World Eats Its Young!”. I thought it was fantastic as it certainly feels true to me …in a laughably sad sort of way…”

Interview: Nigel Sense’s ‘Workers and Wankers’

“An unapologetic practice that embraces my flaws, my strengths and my bad time management. I am just going to paint what I see.”

More than just flesh and bone: Kieran Bryant’s embodied environment

“The fountains, canals, sewer systems and water supply networks of the city….”

Interview: Kathryn Cowen’s Gardens of Wonder

” I am very interested in the battle between figuration and abstraction.”

Lucy Vader: Rain Dances for Good Rainfall

“It’s all about the horizon, and the ability to create an abstract colour field in the vertical sense, and a depth of space in the horizontal axis but from the viewer’s perspective…”

Interview: Matthew de Moiser – Memory Vessels

“To me this work sits somewhere between Howard Arkley’s celebration of suburbia and Robin Boyd’s contempt for it….”

Ecstatic, Hysterical, Profound: Pipilotti Rist’s ‘Sip My Ocean’

“I tried using the room map to work out what I was looking at but in the end just gave in to the thrill of it all.”

Dan Bell and the End of Everything

One of the most curious aspects of Dan Bell’s YouTube videos is just how watchable they are…

Archibald, Wynne & Sulman 2017: A cup of tea and a lie down

The tension between traditional portraits and works that sit at the limits of what most people consider a portrait is the friction that fires up the whole engine of the prize.