The response to our Fantasy World Cup Competition was terrific. We had a lot of inventive suggestions for football teams of artists, critics and assorted other art world people in various provocative and litigious arrangements. Many of the teams made
It’s only been a couple of weeks since the Biennale of Sydney opened but already it feels as exciting as last week’s milk. Which is to say, not very exciting at all, not very interesting and possibly a bit stinky.
Geoffery Newton, Cullen V Watkins. Coloured pencil on paper, 2005. Courtesy of the artist and neon parc, melbourne. WHAT: picture this: selected works from ANU School of Art’s 2000-6 painting alumni show WHEN: NOW Closes Sat 8 July 2006 WHERE:
Last week, out of the blue, just like that, you wouldn’t credit it, can you adam and eve it, TEAM Art Life received a generous donation from a mysterious Canberra-based benefactor. Thank you sir/madam! The donation will go towards funding
To celebrate Australia’s progression into Round 2 of the World Cup, we’re pleased to announce The Art Life Fantasy World Cup Competition! We’re offering a lucky reader a special, never-to-be-repeated PRIZE PACK that includes DVDs, magazines and an attractive tote
Michelle Outram, Not the sound bite, 2006.Courtesy the artist and Terminus Projects.Photography: Jamie North Should artists be seen and not heard? Or should they be put in a glass booth for our inspection? This latter option is now possible thanks
Our promised online audio of last Tuesday’s appearance on Eastside Radio will have to wait another week as we have encountered a major technical difficulty – the tape is blank! We’ll advise our readers next week of our next Eastside
“21 January 1965. Francois Truffaut wrote: ‘There will be as many literary references in Fahrenheit 451 as in all of Jean-Luc’s eleven films put together.’” Sarsaparilla “On the Parisian front, there have been a couple of articles lately about the