Bianca Beetson, Johanna DeMaine, Roley Drysdale, Joe Furlonger, Natalya Hughes, Alison Mooney, Joy Roggenkamp and Elizabeth Willing.
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Weaving is synonymous with world-making. In numerous cultures, the loom is a metaphor for creation; a person’s life often represented by a spun thread.
“Sometimes it’s like I have a big spinning sort of feeling in my body: hard to soft, angles and sharpness, then really beautiful and cuddly and soft.”
Miles Hall’s recent paintings evoke romance through their depth of surface and fairy tale inspirations.
Tinged with sadness and a wicked sense of humour, Karla Dickens creates art that speaks of identity, discrimination and acts of violence against Aboriginal people. In our interview, Dickens talks about creating new work, her hometown of Lismore, and the importance of writing poetry.
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