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“We’re not using the word artists”: Talking with Biennale director José Roca and curator Anna Davis

From sustainability to non-living participants to waterways, this year’s 23rd Biennale of Sydney looks at the rights of nature through 89 participants and over 330 artworks. Ahead of the opening this Saturday, we talked to artistic director José Roca and curatorial member Anna Davis, about the ideas and processes behind the Biennale.

By Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen | Published 9 March 2023


Three artists talk about creating in institutional spaces “never meant for you”

Andy Butler, Lisa Hilli and James Nguyen each engage the power dynamics that shape public culture. Their works are informed by personal histories of migration from Southeast Asia, and they have a mutual crossover of experience—being one generation away from the village, they now navigate spaces founded on exclusion and prestige. They speak to this in their incredibly insightful three-way conversation.

By Art Guide Australia | Published 23 February 2023

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