An immersive video installation work by emerging artist Chloe Nolan drawing on the myth of Medusa to reimagine and disrupt the male gaze in Michael Douglas films.
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Richard Bell’s art is a call for social justice that’s equally serious, poetic and darkly humorous. Here, the renowned Indigenous artist tells us the personal and compelling stories behind five of his artworks.
With the first participants announced, the 23rd Biennale of Sydney is centred on rīvus, a Latin word which can be translated as ‘stream’.
Gabriella Hirst’s latest video takes influence from an 1800s painting of the Darling River, questioning why we immortalise nature in painting, but not in life.
For three decades Janet Laurence has been lauded for her simultaneously conceptual but also emotive approach to nature. In our interview she talks about being a female artist dealing with nature, and what it means to create ecological art in a time of great environmental threat.
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