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White Rabbit Gallery has pulled off a neat trick. As the Sydney-based institution celebrates its 10th anniversary, it manages to feel both venerable and fresh.
Milan Milojevic threads wild landscapes with the richness of altered fauna, flora and mythological creatures. His newest exhibition converges on one visual motif: the waterfall.
Through a range of forms including sculpture and video, four artists from East Asia, Australia and New Zealand look at surveillance, artificial intelligence and the economies that drive, and are driven by, the global technology market.
Rosslynd Piggott is drawn to substances that are slippery, liminal. They flow between states, take shape when held. My notes from her survey exhibition, I sense you but I cannot see you, read like a list of ingredients for a spell.
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