A unique body of work in response to Hermannsburg, where Stockley explores landscape based forms and motifs through drawings, studio based paintings and sculptural works.
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The inaugural show in the new custom-designed space for Science Gallery Melbourne, MENTAL: Head Inside, is a young person-led take on mental health featuring more than 20 interdisciplinary projects from around the globe.
Kate Bohunnis works both with and against what she calls the “tired traditions” of gender stereotypes, creating steel and textile sculptures that inhabit a liminal zone between artificially imposed binaries, now showing at COMA gallery.
UK artist James Capper is bringing his insect-like, walking hydraulic sculptures to Hobart’s Mona, heralding an art practice of engineering, design and biology—all for a more sustainable future.
Jeffrey Smart’s paintings are distinctive. Sparsely populated, some of his near-empty metropolitan scenes have a melancholic, almost cataclysmic, air—like prescient glimpses of cities in lockdown—while others seem infused with an irreverent and sophisticated sense of play.
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