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Giselle Stanborough’s Cinopticon was relevant well before the current pandemic crisis. But as our personal and professional lives are moving online rapidly and more comprehensively than ever, Stanborough’s research takes on a kind of chilling urgency.
While physical galleries all around Australia may be closed for months, the necessity of invention may yet enrich art lovers worldwide with online innovation.
As still as life celebrates the work of photographer Robyn Stacey, whose arrangements of museum holdings reconstitute the obsessions and occupations of historical collectors.
If you ask Dana Lawrie about the title of her latest show Grasp The Nettle, the artist replies, “It’s about approaching something unpleasant, but approaching in a way that’s brave. It’s about doing something as a way of accepting a certain thing, or learning more about it.”
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