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The art of Patrick Hall is like a repository of memory that weaves together poetic narratives of world history and personal experience, in particular the history of World War II. His work is now showing at Despard Gallery.
A pioneer in feminist and community driven art, Vivienne Binns talks about 60 years of interrogating what art truly is, and how art is a human activity.
In Future U, more than a dozen artists, including Karen Casey, Patricia Piccinini, Stelarc and Bettina von Arnim, playfully, poetically—and sometimes disturbingly—explore how technology might affect our identity as humans, and indeed what constitutes being human.
The confident, broad brushstrokes of Belem Lett’s new paintings seem to literally zoom around the picture plane, conveying a sense of speed and momentum as they slide across the works’ sleek aluminium surfaces.
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