For Central west artist Jane Tyack, the process of growing up came with as loss of childhood imagination, which she now seeks to reclaim through her work.
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In the tales of popular culture, if a character encounters an interactive robot the occasion generally brings about one of two reactions: it’s either a wondrous, life-affirming moment, or it evokes total existential terror.
The theme for the next Biennale of Sydney (BoS), due to be held 16 March – 11 June 2018, has been announced.
The most recent recipient of the Contemporary Art Tasmania’s Curatorial Mentorship Program, Emily Bullock, has curated Passages, a mixed media exhibition that includes six artists from the UK and Australia whose works map the experiences, both subjective and sensory, that connect us to people and places.
Some may think that art and politics don’t mix, but Deborah Kelly’s survey show Deborah Kelly: Bodies of Work demonstrated unequivocally that the Sydney-based artist is not afraid to stir things up.
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