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Questions surrounding how we portray ourselves, and how we judge others, sit at the heart of Rona Green’s bold, yet strikingly simple, prints.
Neon, glass, mirror, metal and acrylic are placed in precarious relationships in Brendan Van Hek’s upcoming exhibition, the continual condition.
One afternoon, during an event at the Sydney College of the Arts, Alex Gawronski looked up from an elaborate cheese platter and turned to Justene Williams, his fellow teacher. “If I ever gave up art,” he said, intoxicated by the pungent stink, “I would make cheese in a cave.”
At the heart of this exhibition are three figurative works made in 2014. These were also key to his survey exhibition at Brisbane’s QUT Art Museum in 2015, and they reflect his activism and the ongoing trauma of the anti-communist purges in Indonesia in 1965.
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