Night-time paintings that explore the history and identity written on the landscape and attitudes towards the land that are in a state of flux.
Kembla St & Burelli St, Wollongong NSW 2500
For ceramicist Glenn Barkley, the lagoon is “a swampy place where ideas come from”.
Trent Walter has run Negative Press, a publisher of limited-edition prints and artist books, for over a decade. Now, for the 22nd Biennale of Sydney, Negative Press is home to a new piece of equipment—the Heidelberg GTO 52, an offset lithography press—and a new collaboration with designer Stuart Geddes to produce a publication, NIRIN NGAAY.
Focusing on a particular setting to reach something universal preoccupies Joanna Logue, and she tries to achieve this in her solo show Floating World through landscape paintings that lean towards the abstract.
While one might draw a rapid conclusion that surrealism is her starting point, the way Davis’s works reference medieval or gothic dress, and a kind of grotesqueness, recall grottesche – forms that adorned Gothic buildings and conceptualised alterity.
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