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The artist is researching magical practices as ways of measuring and predicting, in response to a culture shaped by digital algorithms.
First-time curator Andrew Atchison focuses an inquiry into queer abstraction, challenging how we comprehend and view queer art.
Australian constructivism, since its birth in the 1930s, built upon the legacy of both British and Russian constructivists, “by emphasising the material, spatial and technical aspects of art making, and by furthering the abstract language of geometric forms,” explains curator Sue Cramer.
In this latest Art Guide podcast, Glenn Iseger-Pilkington, a Yamatji Nyoongar man from Western Australia with Dutch and Scottish migrant history, talks about his curatorial and consultancy roles. But he’s careful to point out that he sees himself less as a voice of authority and more as a conduit.
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