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Even though Chinese-Australian artist Lindy Lee has changed and refined her art practice over time there are certain themes that continually pervade her work.
Like many exhibitions, Telaesthesia began with conversation. “The five artists in this exhibition all shared a studio space for several years until 2012 and we would sit around our kitchen table and talk about what it meant to be painting in a post-digital and post-internet world,” says curator and artist Tony Lloyd.
The Nolan slates are rapidly executed small paintings on irregularly-shaped broken tiles, salvaged from a building site close to Sidney Nolan’s Melbourne studio in the early 1940s. They have extraordinary power, especially for such small works.
South Australian writer Zoe Freney met with painter Deidre But-Husaim to talk about their shared interest in the potential of bees, both practical and metaphorical.
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