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There is a fascinating duality at play in Lewis Carroll’s darkly absurd masterpiece, which is not lost on Launceston-based artist Junko Go.
Delving into the archives at State Library of Victoria, Höflich will research magical practices as ways of measuring and predicting, in response to a culture shaped by digital algorithms.
Everyday Shrines asks the question: what would it look like if Thai superstitions and rituals were applied to Australia’s national icons?
Doley’s 95 Things Learnt About Feminism are evidently not intended as a complete definition, if such a thing can even be attempted, but rather a snapshot of how the movement exists today: ever-shifting, many-layered, but stronger than ever.
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