‘Junk Art Birds’ with tales of whimsy and fantasy, made from recycled found objects starting with a car jack and push bike parts.
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Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland-based artist John Vea’s show at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is both provocative and elegant.
For Isobel Knowles and Van Sowerwine the still-nascent artistic medium of virtual reality (VR) is the perfect fit for exploring themes of dislocation, disorientation, alienation and culture shock.
Keating and Johnstone’s video and sculpture-based installation at Canberra’s M16 is concerned with making connections across our growing digital terrain.
Crafted during Japan’s Meiji period, kuchi-e are not simply beautiful illustrations, but are ways of understanding Japan’s social and aesthetic history.
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