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Looking at Chiharu Shiota’s art paradoxically offers an uncanny awareness of one’s bodily existence alongside the elusiveness of time. To see Shiota’s latest installation and works at Anna Schwartz Gallery is to be awe-struck.
“It’s not the last word in painting at all”: Like a Wheel That Turns at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) doesn’t focus on what painting is—but what painting can do.
In 2013, Tasmanian furniture maker and artist Gay Hawkes lost her home and art studio in the Dunalley bushfires. For the past nine years, Hawkes has slowly been rebuilding new pieces for her future home, captured in The House of Longing at Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
Lack of political action and industry irresponsibility are high on the list of causes for our climate crisis—which Emilio Cresciani foregrounds in State of Change at Perth Centre for Photography.
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