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Frank Morris’s paintings in Rock, Paper, Scissors, Sigh are an exercise in formal innovation, showing at Art Collective WA—where his art is open to multiple, perhaps endless, meanings
Elizabeth Willing has transformed the way we think about food and contemporary art. Through sculpture, participatory events, performance, collages and installation, Willing has used materials from marzipan to sherbet to liquorice. Ahead of her upcoming exhibition at Tolarno Galleries, we asked Willing 20 insightful and fun questions.
Porcelain and sound waves do not immediately come to mind when thinking about textiles, yet these are the materials some artists are using to produce their textile-based work. Casting a wide net for Pliable Planes at UNSW, co-curators Karen Hall and Catherine Woolley specifically looked for artists whose practice expanded the creative parameters of contemporary textiles.
Melbourne’s RISING festival of art, music and performance is something of a fever dream, having been delayed from 2020 and then running for just one night in 2021 before again being impeded by lockdowns. Now taking place this June with over 200 events by 800 artists, it may be tricky deciding what to see—so here’s our top picks, with tickets still available.
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