Artists: Jacqueline Bradley, Cathy Franzi, Kirstie Rae, Mark Mohell, Annika Harding, Caren Florence, and Melinda Smith.
Curated by Grace Blakeley-Carroll.
Blaxland Centre, 21 Blaxland Crescent Griffith ACT
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.
Curated by Helen Hughes and Spiros Panigirakis with the full support of the station itself, the exhibition blurred the lines between museum-style exhibits and newly created artworks.
Curated by Chelsea Hopper, the exhibition I can see Russia from here brings together a diverse group of Australian artists who have been influenced by Russian art or engaged with what Hopper terms “the Russian imaginary,” that is, the complex layers of cultural signifiers and values that construct an understanding of Russia, either from within the society or from without.
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