Local South Australian artist Paul Gazzola presents a new body of video-based works exploring the volatility of ideas, the aesthetics of an explosion and the essence of our creative impulses.
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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.
Birds can tell stories of colonial movements, national identity and language.
With myriad references to museum curios, colonial landowners, and lashings of highlighter yellow, Joan Ross’s aesthetic is instantly recognisable. The Sydney-based artist, whose exhibition ‘Land of the Broken Hearted’ is currently on display at Bett Gallery Hobart, shares the stories behind five of her recent works.
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