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New Work Friday #63

The work ‘Spielberg on Kubrick (Father-figure dvd bonus extra) 2010 seeks to sloppify the proud (pseudo-) potency, present in the business of Hollywood film making.

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Does the robot know I’m in here?

On a return visit to the Gallery of Modern Art, Sharne Wolff felt the uncanny presence of a bourgeois robot…

Memory space time reality

Ryan O’Donnell considers two new exhibitions at Artspace – Ms&Mr’s Grandfather Paradox and Sam James’s Amygdala: Fear Conditioning… One is great, another is perhaps not so great…

From Canberra with love

Wendy Meares writes on her trip to Canberra, the National Portrait Gallery and the Gladwell installation at the War Memorial…

Julie Rrap: She’s Back

Arts writer and critic Tracey Clement has recently launched her own blog. Unfettered by editorial guidelines she’s now free to voice her opinions, pro and con on art, and share them with the world. Here she reviews Julie Rrap’s latest show…

BOS2010: Richard Grayson

Isobel Johnston talks with Richard Grayson about his recent work featured at Cockatoo Island, his directorship of the 2002 Biennale of Sydney and where sci-fi meets the Bible belt.

Brilliant Noise

Brilliant Noise

Media Jun 25, 2010

“Brilliant Noise takes us into the data vaults of solar astronomy. After sifting through hundreds of thousands of computer files, made accessible via open access archives, Semiconductor have brought together some of the sun’s finest unseen moments…”

New Work Friday #45

After the Rainbow is a 2-channel video installation that investigates the temporal dimensions of cinema. Through a re-imagining of the initial sequence of The Wizard of Oz (1939), the fantasy world of cinema and the reality of Judy Garland’s sad life collide…

New Work Friday #44

“My work stems from an intense fear of life or reality. The exaggerated, slightly tormenting characters I create are both a reflection of this fear and a means of gaining control of it. The creatures exist in a paranoid half-reality

Fly me to the moon?

The Art Life’s senior Melbourne correspondent Din Heagney takes a bold step in to the unknown…